Environmental Organic Chemistry

The information discovered is then applied to quantitatively assessing the environmental behaviour of organic chemicals. Now in its 2nd edition this book takes a more holistic view on physical-chemical properties of organic compounds.

Environmental Organic Chemistry

Author: René P. Schwarzenbach

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471743992

Page: 1328

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Environmental Organic Chemistry focuses on environmental factors that govern the processes that determine the fate of organic chemicals in natural and engineered systems. The information discovered is then applied to quantitatively assessing the environmental behaviour of organic chemicals. Now in its 2nd edition this book takes a more holistic view on physical-chemical properties of organic compounds. It includes new topics that address aspects of gas/solid partitioning, bioaccumulation, and transformations in the atmosphere. Structures chapters into basic and sophisticated sections Contains illustrative examples, problems and case studies Examines the fundamental aspects of organic, physical and inorganic chemistry - applied to environmentally relevant problems Addresses problems and case studies in one volume

Environmental Organic Chemistry

Examines in a pedagogical way all pertinent molecular and macroscopic processes that govern the distribution and fate of organic chemicals in the environment and provides simple modeling tools to quantitatively describe these processes and ...

Environmental Organic Chemistry

Author: René P. Schwarzenbach

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118767233

Page: 1005

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Focuses on the molecular processes and macroscopic transport phenomena that determine the spatiotemporal distributions of organic chemicals released into the environment; this knowledge is then applied to quantitatively assess the fates of those chemicals in natural and engineered systems.

Environmental Organic Chemistry Paper Restricted

A companion volume, Environmental Organic Chemistry: Illustrative Examples, Problems, and Case Studies, provides an abundance of supplementary materials that enrich and extend this work.

Environmental Organic Chemistry   Paper   Restricted

Author: René P. Schwarzenbach

Publisher: Wiley

ISBN: 9780471122234

Page: 696

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Environmental Organic Chemistry Winner of the AAP/PSP Award for Best New Chemistry Book in 1994 Designed for anyone investigating organic compounds and pollutants in the environment, Environmental Organic Chemistry lucidly describes how molecular interactions and macroscopic transport phenomena determine the distribution in space and time of organic compounds released into the natural environment. Truly multidisciplinary in its approach, this book shows the reader how to quantify these processes using the principles of chemistry, physics, and biology in a macroscopic environment. Background review material, the use of current concepts and data, the organization of chapters into elementary and advanced sections, and extensive references make this the ideal resource for beginning researchers as well as practicing professionals. A companion volume, Environmental Organic Chemistry: Illustrative Examples, Problems, and Case Studies, provides an abundance of supplementary materials that enrich and extend this work.

Environmental Organic Chemistry for Engineers

The book's four part treatment starts with the classification of organic molecules and physical properties of natural organic matter, halocarbons, phenols, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, organophosphates, and surfactants.

Environmental Organic Chemistry for Engineers

Author: James G. Speight

Publisher: Butterworth-Heinemann

ISBN: 0128006684

Page: 538

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Environmental Organic Chemistry for Engineers clearly defines the principles of environmental organic chemistry and the role they play in forming remediation strategies. In this reference, the author explores parameter estimation methods, the thermodynamics, and kinetics needed to predict the fate, transports, and reactivity of organic compounds in air, water, and soils. The book's four part treatment starts with the classification of organic molecules and physical properties of natural organic matter, halocarbons, phenols, polyaromatic hydrocarbons, organophosphates, and surfactants. An overview of remediation technologies and a discussion of the interactions that lead to physical properties that affect chemical distribution in the environment is also detailed, as are the important reaction classes of organic molecules, including substituent effects and structure and activity relationships found in Part Two and Three. Part four is devoted to the strengths and weaknesses of different remediation technologies and when they should be employed. Clearly defines the principles of environmental organic chemistry and the role they play in forming remediation strategies Includes the tools and methods for classifying environmental contaminants found in air, water, and soil Presents a wide-range of remediation technologies and when they should be deployed for maximum effect

Reaction Mechanisms in Environmental Organic Chemistry

It will help readers understand these reactions and their importance for the environmental fates or organic compounds of many types. The book has a molecular and mechanistic emphasis, and it is organized by reaction type.

Reaction Mechanisms in Environmental Organic Chemistry

Author: RichardA. Larson

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1351419722

Page: 448

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Reaction Mechanisms in Environmental Organic Chemistry classifies and organizes the reactions of environmentally important organic compounds using concepts and data drawn from traditional mechanistic and physical organic chemistry. It will help readers understand these reactions and their importance for the environmental fates or organic compounds of many types. The book has a molecular and mechanistic emphasis, and it is organized by reaction type. Organic molecules and their fates are examined in an ecosystem context. Their reactions are discussed in terms that organic chemists would use. The book will benefit organic chemists, environmental engineers, water treatment professionals, hazardous waste specialists, and biologists. Although conceived as a comprehensive monograph, the book could also be used as a text or reference for environmental chemistry classes at the undergraduate or graduate level.

Studyguide for Environmental Organic Chemistry by Schwarzenbach Rene P ISBN 9781118767238

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Studyguide for Environmental Organic Chemistry by Schwarzenbach  Rene P   ISBN 9781118767238

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Never HIGHLIGHT a Book Again! Includes all testable terms, concepts, persons, places, and events. Cram101 Just the FACTS101 studyguides gives all of the outlines, highlights, and quizzes for your textbook with optional online comprehensive practice tests. Only Cram101 is Textbook Specific. Accompanies: 9781118767238. This item is printed on demand.

Basic Concepts of Environmental Chemistry Second Edition

Using the most current information available, this is a complete look at organic substances, not just a collection of facts.Dealing first with an examination of the basic properties of organic chemicals, it then describes the contaminants ...

Basic Concepts of Environmental Chemistry  Second Edition

Author: D. W. Connell

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9780873719988

Page: 528

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This text/reference describes the behavior and effects of both natural and man-made organic substances in the environment. It is the first book to explain environmental properties in terms of bonds and molecules, and the first to include toxicity and biological effects among the important properties of organic chemicals. From the characteristics of molecules, to properties of compounds, through distribution and behavior in the environment, and on to effects on living systems, this is a complete look at organic substances, not just a collection of facts. Using the most current information available, it presents not just an introduction to environmental chemistry but also an explanation of how and why environmental processes occur. Basic Concepts of Environmental Chemistry opens with a detailed examination of the basic properties of organic chemicals in the environment. It then expands upon the fundamentals to describe contaminants in the environment and processes that occur in the natural environment. The text concludes with ecotoxicological and risk assessment approaches to the management of hazardous substances. Readers need only a basic knowledge of chemistry to understand the concepts presented in the book. Written in clear, simple language, it is an ideal introductory text for undergraduate and graduate students in the many areas of science that intersect environmental organic chemistry.

Principles of Environmental Chemistry

Written for students with a knowledge of general chemistry, this text builds on that experience as it explores and discusses major environmental themes such as the greenhouse effect, chemistry of the ozone hole, acid rain, water pollution, ...

Principles of Environmental Chemistry

Author: James Girard

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning

ISBN: 9780763724719

Page: 677

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Principles of Environmental Chemistry is a student-friendly presentation of the chemical foundations of contemporary environmental issues and science. Written for students with a knowledge of general chemistry, this text builds on that experience as it explores and discusses major environmental themes such as the greenhouse effect, chemistry of the ozone hole, acid rain, water pollution, and the impact of humans on the environment. Principles of Environmental Chemistry is the only environmental chemistry textbook that stresses the analytical techniques and methods used by the EPA to measure pollutants in the environment and describes EPA regulation of discharges into the air, water, and soil. It covers, in detail, the instruments and techniques used by the EPA to assure compliance. With this knowledge, students are better able to understand the chemical composition of an unpolluted environment.

Principles of Environmental Chemistry

The second edition of Principles of Environmental Chemistry exposes readers to environmental issues from a perspective that appreciates that chemical reactions drive all natural processes and outlines the connection between those processes ...

Principles of Environmental Chemistry

Author: James E. Girard

Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Publishers

ISBN: 1449666140

Page: 687

View: 368

Today there is worldwide concern that many of our human activities are endangering—perhaps permanently—the quality of the environment. We must act fast to address these growing problems. The second edition of Principles of Environmental Chemistry exposes readers to environmental issues from a perspective that appreciates that chemical reactions drive all natural processes and outlines the connection between those processes and human behavior. Written for students with knowledge of general chemistry, this text provides the tools needed to understand the underlying chemical processes operating in the environment, while demonstrating how challenging it is to measure these systems. With this concept of interdependence students will begin to understand pressing environmental issues like ozone depletion, global warming, air and water pollution, and the hazards of radioactivity.

Elements of Environmental Chemistry

Tutorial in style, this book fully incorporates real-world problems and extensive end-of-chapter problem sets to immerse the reader in the field.

Elements of Environmental Chemistry

Author: Ronald A. Hites

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1118309987

Page: 360

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From Reviews of the First Edition: "This splendid, at times humorous, and reasonably priced littlebook has much to commend it to undergraduate chemists and to otherscience students." —J. G. Farmer, University of Edinburgh "Complex environmental issues are presented in simple terms tohelp readers grasp the basics and solve relevant problems."—J. Albaiges, University of Barcelona "The main strength of the book lies in its explanations of thecalculation of quantitative relationships. Each chapter includes15-20 problems that are carefully chosen from a didacticstandpoint, for which the reader can find solutions at the end."—D. Lenoir, Institute for Ecological Chemistry "What drew me to the first edition was the style – the nononsense, down-to-earth explanations and the practical examplesthat litter the text. The dry humor expressed in the footnotes isgreat and reminds me of other classic texts." —T. Clough,Lincoln University A practical approach to environmental chemistry Providing readers with the fundamentals of environmentalchemistry and a toolbox for putting them into practice, Elements ofEnvironmental Chemistry, Second Edition is a concise, accessible,and hands-on volume designed for students and professionals workingin the chemical and environmental sciences. Tutorial in style, this book fully incorporates real-worldproblems and extensive end-of-chapter problem sets to immerse thereader in the field. Chapters cover mass balance, chemicalkinetics, carbon dioxide equilibria, pesticide structures and muchmore. Extensively revised, updated, and expanded, this SecondEdition includes new chapters on atmospheric chemistry, climatechange, and polychlorinated biphenyls and dioxins, and brominatedflame retardants. In addition, new practice problems and a helpfultutorial on organic chemistry names and structures have been addedto improve both the scope and accessibility of the book.

Strained Organic Molecules

Strained Organic Molecule, Volume 38 considers the vast field of strained organic molecules. The book discusses energy and entropy; cyclopropane and cyclobutane; and unique strained groupings or building blocks.

Strained Organic Molecules

Author: Arthur Greenberg

Publisher: Academic Press

ISBN: 1483217957

Page: 422

View: 542

Strained Organic Molecule, Volume 38 considers the vast field of strained organic molecules. The book discusses energy and entropy; cyclopropane and cyclobutane; and unique strained groupings or building blocks. The text also describes the aesthetics, rearrangements, and topology of polycycles; kinetic and thermodynamic stability; and tetrahedral tetracoordinate carbon. The inverted tetrahedra, propellanes, buttaflanes, and paddlanes; planar methane and its derivatives; and five- and six-coordinaste carbon are also considered. Chemists will find the book invaluable.

Elements of Environmental Chemistry

This is a concise, accessible, and hands-on volume designed for students and professionals working in the chemical and environmental sciences. The 3rd Edition has been completely revised and rearranged.

Elements of Environmental Chemistry

Author: Jonathan D. Raff

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 1119434874

Page: 288

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A practical approach to environmental chemistry, Elements of Environmental Chemistry, 3rd Edition provides readers with the fundamentals of environmental chemistry and a toolbox for putting them into practice. This is a concise, accessible, and hands-on volume designed for students and professionals working in the chemical and environmental sciences. The 3rd Edition has been completely revised and rearranged. The first chapter on tool skills has been expanded to include thermodynamic considerations and measurement issues. The former chapter on the partitioning of organic compounds has been expanded to cover the fates of organic compounds, with an emphasis on developing the readers chemical intuition for predicting a chemicals fate based on structure. The material on lead, mercury, pesticides, PCBs, dioxins, and flame retardants has been expanded and combined into the last chapter and supplemented with more references to the literature. The problem sets have been extended and now include over 130 problems, some of which can be solved using Excel.

Chemistry and Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in the Environment

The information in this book will be used to improve communication and understanding of the various approaches.

Chemistry and Analysis of Volatile Organic Compounds in the Environment

Author: H.J. Bloemen

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9401121524

Page: 290

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Interest in the occurrence and behaviour of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) is increasing due to their adverse effects on the environment and human health. It is essential that information is made available on the various aspects of research on VOCs to enable better understanding and control of the various environmental and human health threats. The information in this book will be used to improve communication and understanding of the various approaches. In particular the potential and limitations of the described analytical methods will be essential in defining environmental studies and interpreting the results.

Environmental Chemistry

Offers an accessible introduction to chemical principles and concepts and makes the subject accessible to those with little or no previous knowledge of chemistry. It is highly-illustrated, with global case studies, figures and tables.

Environmental Chemistry

Author: John Wright

Publisher: Routledge

ISBN: 1134589654

Page: 432

View: 128

Offers an accessible introduction to chemical principles and concepts and makes the subject accessible to those with little or no previous knowledge of chemistry. It is highly-illustrated, with global case studies, figures and tables.

Chemometrics in Environmental Chemistry Statistical Methods

composition of elements or organic compounds in a sample . Common methods
include atomic spectroscopy , chromatography , and mass spectrometry .
Quantitative data is sometimes obtained , e . g . isotope ratio mass spectrometry .

Chemometrics in Environmental Chemistry   Statistical Methods

Author: Jürgen Einax

Publisher: Springer

ISBN: 9783540589419

Page: 334

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Pattern recognition and other chemometrical techniques are important tools in interpreting environmental data. This volume presents authoritatively state-of-the-art procedures for measuring and handling environmental data. The chapters are written by leading experts.

Partition and Adsorption of Organic Contaminants in Environmental Systems

This book focuses on physical principles and system parameters that affect the contaminant uptake by soil from water, air, and other media; by fish from water; and by plants from soil and water.

Partition and Adsorption of Organic Contaminants in Environmental Systems

Author: Cary T. Chiou

Publisher: John Wiley & Sons

ISBN: 0471463019

Page: 257

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Given the presence of a wide variety of contaminants in theenvironment, it is important to understand what drives acontaminant from one medium to another, as well as the manner andextent to which a contaminant associates with the different mediaor phases within a local environmental system. Partition andAdsorption of Organic Contaminants in Environmental Systemsforms a comprehensive resource on the behavioral characteristics ofcontaminants so that appropriate strategies can be adopted toeither prevent or minimize their adverse impacts on human welfareand natural resources. Cary Chiou’s far-reaching text depicts the processes bywhich nonionic organic contaminants are sorbed to natural bioticand abiotic substances. This book focuses on physical principlesand system parameters that affect the contaminant uptake by soilfrom water, air, and other media; by fish from water; and by plantsfrom soil and water. As contaminant uptake by natural organicsubstances is often predominantly a partition interaction, thepartition characteristics in several solvent-water model mixturesare treated in detail to elucidate the relevant physicochemicalparameters. The account of contaminant sorption to soils, fish, andplants is strengthened by companion chapters on: Fundamentals of solution theory Interphase partition equations Fundamentals of adsorption theory Vapor adsorption on mineral and carbonaceous solids No other single source in the field delivers as compelling acombination of background understanding and "state-of-the-science"comprehension of current issues. Ideally suited for agraduate-level environmental course, Partition and Adsorptionof Organic Contaminants in Environmental Systems alsoserves as a technical guide to current and future research in thefield.

Environmental Chemistry

This book describes advances in this new, fast developing science, which seeks to decipher fundamental mechanisms ruling the behaviour in water, soils, atmosphere, food and living organisms of toxic metals, fossil fuels, pesticides and ...

Environmental Chemistry

Author: Eric Lichtfouse

Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media

ISBN: 9783540228608

Page: 780

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Environmental chemistry is a new, fast developing science aimed at deciphering fundamental mechanisms ruling the behaviour of pollutants in ecosystems. Applying this knowledge to current environmental issues leads to the remediation of environmental media, and to new, low energy, low emission, sustainable processes. This book describes the state-of-the-art advances regarding the pollution of water, soils, atmosphere, food and living organisms by toxic metals, fossil fuels, pesticides and other organic pollutants. Furthermore, the eco-toxicology section presents novel bio-assays to assess the toxicity of various pollutants such as dioxins and endocrine disrupters within complex media. The green chemistry section highlights novel chemical reactions based upon environmentally friendly conditions. The analytical chemistry section describes very sensitive methods which trace the fate of pollutants in complex ecosystems.

Plant Contamination

This book describes the physiological and anatomical principles and the chemical and physical factors that determine uptake, translocation, accumulation, loss, and metabolism of anthropogenic chemicals in plants.

Plant Contamination

Author: Craig Mc Farlane

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781566700788

Page: 272

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This book describes the physiological and anatomical principles and the chemical and physical factors that determine uptake, translocation, accumulation, loss, and metabolism of anthropogenic chemicals in plants. Expert authors in the fields of biology, chemistry, ecology, environmental physics, and biochemistry provide recently developed methods and models for estimation of the behavior of environmental chemicals in the soil-plant-air system-information that is essential in the hazard assessment of new and existing chemicals.