Which of the following conditions in drinking water causes methemoglobinemia?
Question:

Which of the following conditions in drinking water causes methemoglobinemia?

  1.  > $50 \mathrm{ppm}$ of lead

  2.  $>50 \mathrm{ppm}$ of chloride

  3. $>50 \mathrm{ppm}$ of nitrate

  4. $>100 \mathrm{ppm}$ of sulphate


Correct Option: , 3

Solution:

Methemoglobinemia is caused by drinking water which is contaminated with nitrate.

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