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Main Title Environmental soil and water chemistry : principles and applications /
Author Evangelou, V. P.
Publisher John Wiley,
Year Published 1998
OCLC Number 38495051
ISBN 0471165158; 9780471165156
Subjects Soil pollution ; Soil chemistry ; Water--Pollution ; Water chemistry ; Soil Pollutants ; Water Pollutants ; Poluiðcäao do solo ; Poluiðcäao da água ; Química do solo ; Química aquática ; Sols--Pollution ; Sols--Chimie ; Eau--Pollution ; Eau--Chimie ; Poluiðcäao da âagua ; Quâimica do solo ; Quâimica aquâatica
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EMBM  TD878.E93 1998 NRMRL/GWERD Library/Ada,OK 04/23/1999
Collation xix, 564 pages : illustrations ; 24 cm
"A Wiley-Interscience Publication." Includes bibliographical references (pages 520-555) and index.
Contents Notes
Water Chemistry and Mineral Solubility -- Physical chemistry of water and some of its constituents -- Solution/mineral-salt chemistry -- Soil Minerals and Surface Chemical Properties -- Soil minerals and their surface properties -- Sorption and exchange reactions -- Electrochemistry and Kinetics -- Redox chemistry -- Pyrite oxidation chemistry -- Reaction kinetics in soil-water systems -- Soil Dynamics and Agricultural-Organic Chemicals -- Organic matter, nitrogen, phosphorus and synthetic organics -- Colloids and Transport Processes in Soils -- Soil colloids and water-suspended solids -- Water and solute transport processes -- The chemistry and management of salt-affected soils and brackish waters -- Land-Disturbance Pollution and its Control -- Acid drainage prevention and heavy metal removal technologies -- Soil and Water: Quality and Treatment Technologies -- Water quality -- Soil and water decontamination technologies. "In Environmental Soil and Water Chemistry, leading soil and water authority V.P. Evangelou presents a complete overview of the principles and applications of soil science, addressing the subject by viewing the interactions between soil and water as a basis for understanding the nature, extent, and treatment of polluted soil and water. The text opens with a discussion of principles - the fundamental tenets of chemistry needed to understand soil and water quality and treatment of polluted resources - and continues with a look at applications for the control and treatment of soil and water. This text is suitable for advanced undergraduates and beginning graduate students."--Jacket.