What would cause the water in a swimming pool to be blue not clear?
You need to add chlorine.
I doubt in the above answer that chlorine will clear up a "blue water" situation. BTW, is the water or the pool surface - floor, walls etc - blue - there is a huge difference. The blue affect on the plaster could mean a greatly out of balance chemistry - pH and Total Akalinity.
Never heard of the water turning blue unless there was an additive put into the pool that would purposely turn the water blue.
If you're asking about the pale blue colour of swimming pool water, it's because water absorbs light. Light that is visible to humans comprises the seven colours of the spectrum. The light at the red end of the spectrum gets absorbed, but the blue does not, hence you can see it in water of sufficient volume.
You would measure the swimming pools length, width and depth to determine how many cubic feet of water is in the swimming pool. Length x Width x depth = cubic feet. Then measure the mass of 1 cubic foot of water by building a box 1'x1'x1'. Once you know the mass of 1 cubic foot of water - you'll know the mass of the water in the swimming pool.
Very generally, an image of clear water is very positive. It could mean that you expect a clear course ahead of you without interference or problems. Or it could refer to your clear understanding of what needs to be done. A more specific interpretation depends on many other variable that might apply to water. A glass of clear water would imply ingesting that clarity, while a bathtub or pool of clear water would imply immersing…
* To clean a pool and new fresh water when the water is green you have to drain the water. * After all the water is gone wash the pool * When that is done you can fill the pool with fresh water. These steps depend on what kind of pool u have!!! I would assume that the above is referring to pools without filters and pumps. The answer should be lots of chlorine and…