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Natural Water Remediation. Chemistry and Technology

  • Book

  • August 2019
  • Elsevier Science and Technology
  • ID: 4768528

Natural Water Remediation: Chemistry and Technology considers topics such as metal ion solubility controls, pH, carbonate equilibria, adsorption reactions, redox reactions and the kinetics of oxygenation reactions that occur in natural water environments. The book begins with the fundamentals of acid-base and redox chemistry to provide a better understanding of the natural system. Other sections cover the relationships among environmental factors and natural water (including biochemical factors, hydrologic cycles and sources of solutes in the atmosphere). Chemical thermodynamic models, as applied to natural water, are then discussed in detail.

Final sections cover self-contained applications concerning composition, quality measurement and analyses for river, lake, reservoir and groundwater sampling.

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Table of Contents

Part One: MetalsSection One: IntroductionSection Two: Environmental Organic Chemicals

Part Two: Partitioning and Sorption ProcessesSection Three: Molecular Interactions, Partitioning, and ThermodynamicsSection Four: Vapor PressureSection Five: Aqueous Solubility and Activity CoefficientsSection Six: Air Water and Air Organic Solvent PartitioningSection Seven: Organic Water PartitioningSection Eight: Organic Acids and Bases

Part Three: Sorption and Transformation ProcessesSection Nine: Sorption ProcessesSection Ten: Thermodynamic and Kinetics of Transformation ReactionsSection Eleven: Hydrolysis and Nucleophilic Substitution ReactionsSection Twelve: Redox TransformationsSection Thirteen: Photochemical and Photocatalytic TransformationsSection Fourteen Biological Transformations


James G. Speight CD and W Incorporated, Laramie, United States. Dr. Speight has more than fifty years of experience in areas associated with the properties and processing of conventional and synthetic fuels. He has participated in, as well as led, significant research in defining the use of chemistry of tar sand bitumen, heavy oil, conventional petroleum, natural gas, coal, oil shale, and biomass as well as work related to corrosion and corrosion prevention. He has founded and/or edited several international journals, most recently the Proceedings of the Oil Gas Scientific Research Project Institute, Azerbaijan, and Petroleum Science and Technology (Taylor & Francis, until 2020).
Dr. Speight is an author/editor of several databases and encyclopedic works. He has also authored more than 95 books as well as more than 400 publications, reports, and presentations detailing these research activities, and has taught more than eighty related courses.