Environmental Chemistry A global perspective

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  • Edition: 4th
  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2018-01-16
  • Publisher: Oxford University Press

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Author Biography

Gary W. vanLoon, Emeritus Professor, School of Environmental Studies Queen's University, Canada,Stephen J. Duffy, Associate Professor, Department of Chemistry, Mount Allison University, Canada

Table of Contents

1. Environmental chemistry
Part A: The Earth's atmosphere
2. The Earth's atmosphere
3. Stratospheric chemistry - ozone
4. Tropospheric chemistry - smog
5. Tropospheric chemistry - precipitation
6. Atmospheric aerosols
7. Chemistry of urban and indoor atmospheres
8. The chemistry of global climate
Part B: The hydrosphere
9. The hydrosphere
10. Distribution of species in aquatic systems
11. Gases in water
12. Organic matter in water
13. Metals and semi-metals in the hydrosphere
14. Environmental chemistry of colloids and surfaces
15. Microbiological processes
16. Water pollution and water treatment chemistry
Part C: The terrestrial environment
17. The terrestrial environment
18. Soil properties
19. The chemistry of solid wastes
20. Toxic organic chemicals
21. The future Earth

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