First published in 1992, Environmental Particles describes properties, roles, and methods for the characterization of environmental particles in air, water, sediment, and soil. This book emphasizes modern methods for sampling, instrumental characterization methods, and physical/chemical principles for describing the properties and roles of particles in the environment (particularly their influence on the transport of toxic compounds). It will be an excellent reference source for environmental chemists and physicists, limnologists, oceanographers, air and soil scientists, analytical chemists, environmental engineers, scientists involved in environmental protection, and students.
Sampling and Characterization of Atmospheric Particles
Source Apportionment of Atmospheric Particles, L. Currie.
Acid-Base Equilibria of Aerosols and Gases in the Atmosphere, R.L. Tanner and R.M. Harrison
Characterization of Individual Environmental Particles by Beam Techniques, C. Xhoffer, L. Wouters, P. Artaxo, A. van Put, and R. van Grieken
Characterization of the Cr(VI)/Cr(III) Ratio in Aerosols, R.F.M.J. Cleven and J.L. M. de Boer
Sampling and Characterization of Particles of Aquatic Systems
The Use of Filtration and Ultrafiltration for Size Fractionation of Aquatic Particles, Colloids, and Macromolecules, J. Buffle, D. Perret, and M. Newman
Evaluation of Electron Microscopic Techniques for the Description of Aquatic Colloids G.G. Leppard
Characterization of Particle Surface Charge, G. Sposito
Iron Particles in Freshwaters W. Davison and R.R. De Vitre
Characterization of Oceanic Biogenic Particles, C.M. Yentsch and C.S. Yentsch
Reaction and Transport of Particles in Aquatic Systems
The Role of Particles and Colloids in the Transport of Radionuclides and Trace Metals, B.D. Honeyman and P.H. Santschi
Sorption of Trace Elements on Natural Particles in Oxic Environments, A. Tessler
Ion Binding by Natural Heterogeneous Particles, W.H. van Riemsdijk, L.K. Koopal
Dynamic Aspects of Metal Speciation in Aquatic Colloidal Systems, H.P. van Leeuwen
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