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|OLS Field Name||OLS Field Data|
|Main Title||Environmental laboratory exercises for instrumental analysis and environmental chemistry /|
|Author||Dunnivant, Frank M.|
|Subjects||Environmental chemistry--Laboratory manuals. ; Instrumental analysis--Laboratory manuals.|
|Collation||xvi, 330 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm + 1 CD-ROM (4 3/4 in.)|
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Part I. Preliminary exercises : How to keep a legally defensible laboratory notebook -- Statistical analysis -- Field sampling equipment for environmental samples -- Part 2. Experiments for air samples : Determination of Henry's Law constants -- Global warming: determining if a gas is infrared active -- Monitoring the presence of hydrocarbons in air around gasoline stations -- Part 3. Determination of an ion balance for a water sample -- Measuring the concentration of chlorinated pesticides in water samples -- Determination of chloride, bromide, and fluoride in water samples -- Analysis of nickel solutions by ultraviolet-visible spectrometry -- Part 4. Experiments for hazardous waste : Determination of the composition of unleaded gasoline using gas chromatography -- Precipitation of metals from hazardous waste ; Determination of the nitroaromatics in synthetic wastewater from a munitions plant -- Determination of a surrogate toxic metal in a simulated hazardous waste sample -- Reduction of substituted nitrobenzenes by anaerobic humic acid solutions -- Part 5. Experiments for sediment and soil samples : Soxhlet extraction and analysis of a soil of sediment sample contaminated with n-Pentadecane -- Determination of a clay-water distribution coefficient for copper -- Part 6. Wet experiments : Determination of dissolved oxygen in water using the Winkler method -- Determination of the biochemical oxygen demand of sewage influent -- Determination of inorganic and organic solids in water samples: mass balance exercise -- Determination of alkalinity of natural waters -- Determination of hardness in a water sample -- Part 7. Fate and transport calculations : pC-pH diagrams: equilibrium diagrams for weak acid and base systems -- Fate and transport of pollutants in rivers and streams -- Fate and transport of pollutants in lake systems -- Fate and transport of pollutants in groundwater systems -- Transport of pollutants in the atmosphere -- Biochemical oxygen demand and the dissolved oxygen sag curve in a stream: Streeter-Phelps equation -- Appendix A. Periodic table.