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Pollutant-Solid Phase Interactions Mechanisms, Chemistry and Modeling: The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, cartea 5 / 5E

Autor Tarek A. Kassim, Bernd R.T. Simoneit
en Limba Engleză Hardback – 11 sep 2001
Growth in the numbers of organic chemicals during recent decades has been extraordinary. Most are complex compounds that are released directly and/or indirectly to the surrounding environment. A view is emerging in relation to environmental protection and hazardous substance management that (1) some organic chemicals and/or organic leachates from solid waste materials and contaminated sediment/soil sites are of such extreme environmental concern that all use should be highly controlled including isolation for disposal; and (2) most hazardous substances are of sufficient social value that their continual use, production and disposal are justified. For these chemicals their types, sources, fate, behavior, effects and remediation at solid- aqueous phase interfaces must be fully assessed and understood. This assessment and understanding are essential for society to accept risks of adverse ecological or human health effects.
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Specificații

ISBN-13: 9783540416500
ISBN-10: 3540416501
Pagini: 452
Ilustrații: XV, 430 p.
Dimensiuni: 155 x 235 x 29 mm
Greutate: 0.81 kg
Ediția:2001
Editura: Springer Berlin, Heidelberg
Colecția Springer
Seriile The Handbook of Environmental Chemistry, Water Pollution

Locul publicării:Berlin, Heidelberg, Germany

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Growth in the numbers of organic chemicals during recent decades has been extraordinary. Most are complex compounds that are released directly and/or indirectly to the surrounding environment. A view is emerging in relation to environmental protection and hazardous substance management that (1) some organic chemicals and/or organic leachates from solid waste materials and contaminated sediment/soil sites are of such extreme environmental concern that all use should be highly controlled including isolation for disposal; and (2) most hazardous substances are of sufficient social value that their continual use, production and disposal are justified. For these chemicals their types, sources, fate, behavior, effects and remediation at solid- aqueous phase interfaces must be fully assessed and understood. This assessment and understanding are essential for society to accept risks of adverse ecological or human health effects.

Cuprins

Foreword.- Organic Pollutants in Aqueous-Solid Phase Environments: Types, Analysis and Characterizations.- Interaction Mechanisms Between Organic Pollutants and Solid Phase Systems.- Sorption/Desorption of Organic Pollutants from Complex Mixtures: Modeling, Kinetics, Experimental Techniques and Transport Parameters.- QSAR/QSPR and Multicomponent Joint Toxic Effect Modeling of Organic Pollutants at Aqueous-Solid Phase Interfaces.- Microbial Transformations at Aqueous-Solid Phase Interfaces: A Bioremediation Approach.- Subject Index

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Growth in the numbers of organic chemicals during recent decades has been extraordinary. Most are complex compounds that are released directly and/or indirectly to the surrounding environment. A view is emerging in relation to environmental protection and hazardous substance management that (1) some organic chemicals and/or organic leachates from solid waste materials and contaminated sediment/soil sites are of such extreme environmental concern that all use should be highly controlled including isolation for disposal; and (2) most hazardous substances are of sufficient social value that their continual use, production and disposal are justified. For these chemicals their types, sources, fate, behavior, effects and remediation at solid aqueous phase interfaces must be fully assessed and understood. This assessment and understanding are essential for society to accept risks of adverse ecological or human health effects.

Caracteristici

State of the art account on the emerging topic of the interaction between environmental pollutants and solids (soils, sediments, rocks)