IJEP 42(5): 565-572 : Vol. 42 Issue. 5 (May 2022)
Astha Kumari, Akash Tripathi and N.S. Maurya*
National Institute of Technology Patna, Department of Civil Engineering, Patna – 800 005, Bihar, India
Arsenic, groundwater, Sinha block, Monte Carlo simulation, Exposure assessment
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