See Tivoli Desktop Services (TDS).
Tivoli Desktop Services. A library providing runtime convenience functions that manipulate or generate desktop commands.
Toxicity Dissolved Solids.
Total dissolved solutes. the concentration of all the elemental ions present in a nutrient solution; electrical conductivity (EC) is a measure of TDS generally expressed as mS (milliSiemens) or mMho (millimhos)
total dissolved solids. Compare? The quantity of dissolved material in a given volume of water.
Total Dissolved Solids. A water quality parameter defining the concentration of dissolved organic and inorganic chemicals in water. After suspended solids are filtered from water and water is evaporated, dissolved solids are the remaining residue. Dissolved solids may include calcium, magnesium, sodium, potassium, bicarbonate, sulfate, chloride and silica. Total dissolved solid concentrations depend on the geologic material water passes through in the saturated and unsaturated zone, and the quality of the infiltrating water. High total dissolved solids may effect the aesthetic quality of the water, interfere with washing clothes and corroding plumbing fixtures. For aesthetic reasons, a limit of 500 mg dissolved solids/L is typically recommended for potable water supplies.
Total dissolved solids. A quantitative measure of the residual minerals dissolved in water that remain after evaporation of a solution. Usually expressed in milligrams per liter.
Total dissolved solids. Total salt and calcium carbonate concentration in a sample of water. The state recommended Maximum Contaminant Level (MCL) drinking water standard for total dissolved solids is 500 ppm. The upper MCL is 1,000 ppm, and the short-term permitted level is 1,500 ppm.
total dissolved solids. Dissolved and suspended solids in water; material left behind after a water sample is filtered and evaporated. Rainwater will have TDS less than 10ppm; municipal water systems will have TDS less than 500 ppm.
The amount of dissolved material in water usually measured in milligrams per liter (mg/L).
Total dissolved salts. Salt level estimated from conductivity values, measured as milligrams per litre.
Total dissolved solids. The total amount of dissolved materials in pool or spa water. The ideal range is from 1,000 t- 2,000 ppm in pools and 1,500 ppm above the startup TDS in spas.
Total Dissolved Solids. Total Dissolved Solids (TDS) - A water quality parameter defining the concentration of dissolved organic and inorganic chemicals in water. After suspended solids are filtered from water and water is evaporated, dissolved solids are the remaining residue.
Total dissolved solids. The sum of all inorganic and organic particulate; TDS is an indicator test usually reserved for wastewater analysis, but is also a measure of the mineral content of bottled water and groundwater.
Total Dissolved Solids. All material that passes the standard glass river filter; now called total filterable residue. Term is used to reflect salinity.
See total dissolved solids.
The abbreviation for "total dissolved solids".
Total Dissolved Solids. The weight per unit volume of water of suspended solids in a filter media after filtration or evaporation. Please use also our information about TDS and conductivity.
Total Dissolved Solids. A measure of the total amount of dissolved matter in water, such as calcium, magnesium, carbonates, bicarbonates, metallic compounds, etc.
Total Dissolved Solids. refers to the amount of minerals in water that will not settle out but remain in the water indefinitely.
Total Dissolved Solids. The weight per unit volume of filtered water. The liquid passing the filter are evaporated to dryness. The filter pore diameter and evaporation temperature are frequently specified.
Total Dissolved Solids â€“ a quantity determined by drying the water sample and weighing the residue. In the field, TDS is commonly measured by a conductivity meter; however this measurement is only an approximation.
Total Dissolved Solids. Concentration of all substances dissolved in water (solids remaining after evaporation of a water sample).
Total Dissolved Solids. Combination of minerals, chemicals, and organic matter dissolved in the water.
Total Dissolved Solids. See Mineral Content.
Total Dissolved Solids. In drinking water, a measure of calcium, magnesium, and other dissolved mineral salts. Useful when testing reverse osmosis output.
total dissolved solids A measure of the total amount of dissolved material in the water. It is comprised of the spent or carrier chemicals added every time chemicals are added as well as the hardness, alkalinity, chlorides, sodium, magnesium, calcium, etc. Maximum amount in pools is 2500 ppm. Maximum in spa, 1500 over starting TDS. The only way to effectively lower TDS is to drain part or all of the water and replace it.
total dissolved solids. The concentration of dissolved solids in water. TDS is measured on a sample of water that has passed through a very fine mesh filter to remove suspended solids. The water passing through the filter is evaporated and the residue represents the dissolved solids.
Total dissolved solids. The dissolved solids found in water that consist of organic and inorganic matter.
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS. A measure of everything that has ever dissolved in the water; all the matter that is in solution. High TDS levels can oversaturate your water, causing all sorts of reactions.
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS. The weight of solids per unit volume of water which are in true solution; usually determined by the evaporation of a measured volume of filtered water and determination of the residue weight. Total Dissolved Solids is a measurement of any minerals or salts in the water. Bicarbonate, Chloride, Sulfate, Calcium, Magnesium, Sodium are the major components of dissolved solids in water. High amounts of these salts provide the major cause of water taste problems. High TDS can cause the water to appear inappropriate to drink, and spotting of glassware, fixtures, or painted surfaces such as automobiles. Also high dissolved solids can diminish the life of home appliances. The EPA has set a maximum contaminant level of 500 ppm.
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Total Dissolved Solids. Total Dissolved solids are not visible to the naked eye. However, when water is frozen, ice cubes may look cloudy.
or Total Dissolved Solids is measured in mg/L, parts per million (ppm) or parts per thousand (ppt).
Total Dissolved Solids. The total weight of all solids (organic and inorganic) dissolved in water, in parts per million (ppm) or milligrams per litre (mg/L) of water.
Total Dissolved Solids. A measure of the amount of dissolved matter in the water, High TDS (1500 ppm and higher) can interfere with the sanitizer's ability to combat bacteria growth.
Total Dissolved Solids - Elevated total dissolved solids can result in your water having a bitter or salty taste; result in incrustations, films, or precipitates on fixtures; corrosion of fixtures, and reduced efficiency of water filters.
TDS (total dissolved solids) is a measure of calcium, magnesium and other dissolved mineral salts in drinking water, used when testing RO output.
Total Dissolved Solids. A measure of the total of organic and inorganic salts dissolved in water, obtained by drying residue at 180ºC.
Total dissolved solids. Used to describe the amount of solids dissolved in water.
an abbreviation for Total Dissolved Solids. Refer to that listing.
Total Dissolved Solids. a measurement of the total PPM of all dissolved minerals and compounds. High TDS can lead to water clarity problems, loss of sanitizer effectiveness and other issues.
Total dissolved solids (water chemistry) or tonne of dried solids (sewage sludge)
Total Dissolved Solids (sum of major ions and dissolved silica)
Total dissolved solids. As the name implies, a measure of solids dissolved in and polluting the water. A high level of solids interferes with sanitizing, chemical effectiveness and can cause foam.
total dissolved solids - TDS values are in milligrams per liter (mg/L) or parts per million (ppm). For example, a TDS of 500 mg/L (or 500 ppm) is equal to 0.5 gr/L or ~1/3 teaspoon per gallon of water. See also discussion of TDS in Arizona waters.
TOTAL DISSOLVED SOLIDS. An aggregate of carbonates, bicarbonates, chlorides, sulfates, phosphates, nitrates, etc., of calcium, magnesium, manganese, sodium, potassium, and other cations which form salts. High TDS concentrations exert varying degrees of osmotic pressures and often become lethal to the biological inhabitants of an aquatic environment. The common and synonymously used term for TDS is "salt".
Total dissolved solids. The amount of dissolved substances, such as salts or minerals, in water remaining after evaporating the water and weighing the residue.
Total Dissolved Solids. Dry weight of dissolved material, organic and inorganic, contained in water that will not be removed by a 0.45 micron filter; usually described in units of mg/1.
total dissolved solids. The total weight of the solids that are dissolved in the water, give in ppm per unit volume of water. TDS is determined by filtering a given volume of water (usually through a 0.45 micron filter), evaporating it at a defined temperature (usually 103-105 degrees Celsius), and then weighing the residue. Note: A test measuring the electrical conductivity of the water provides only an estimate of the TDS present, as conductivity is not precisely proportional to the weight of an ion and nonconductive substances cannot be measured by electrical tests.
Total dissolved solids. Used to describe the amount of solid mate ri als in water.