4 edition of Environmental particles found in the catalog.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Statement||volume editors, Jacques Buffle, Herman P. van Leeuwen.|
|Series||Environmental analytical and physical chemistry series|
|Contributions||Buffle, J. 1943-, Leeuwen, H. P. van.|
|LC Classifications||TD193 .C47 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 v. :|
|ISBN 10||0873715896, 087371895X|
|LC Control Number||91035911|
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First published inEnvironmental Particles describes properties, roles, and methods for the characterization of environmental particles in air, water, sediment, and : Jacques Buffle, Herman P. van Leeuwen. The deleterious effects of carbonaceous particles, and more generally, combustion particles, serve as the driving force for research on the formation and atmospheric life-cycle of these particles.
The influence of human activities on the production and life-cycle of atmospheric particles has become the focus of international research : Lloyd A.
Currie. Environmental Particles First published inEnvironmental Particles describes properties, roles, and methods for the characterization of environmental particles in air, water, sediment, and soil.
Presents a review of the sampling, characterization and behaviour of particles in air, surface and ground water, sediments and soils. The text analyzes the formation, aggregation, transport and conversion of particles, and evaluates the capabilities of physical and chemical methods of analysis.
Book Description. Environmental Particles, Volume 2 presents a critical review of the sampling, characterization, and behavior of particles in air, surface and ground water, sediments, and solids.
The book analyzes the formation, aggregation, transport, and conversion of particles, and it evaluates the capabilities of physical and chemical methods of analysis.
Environmental Colloids and Particles by Kevin J. Wilkinson,available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide. About this book This text presents the current knowledge of environmental colloids and includes reviews of the current understanding of structure, role and behaviour of environmental colloids and particles, whilst focussing directly on aquatic systems and soils.
The book covers the three largest sources of particulate matter pollution in five chapters. These sources constitute three of the top ten public health problems in the world today and far outstrip any other environmental health threats in terms of health impact.
1 Environmental Colloids and Particles: Current Knowledge and Future Developments JAMIE R. LEAD Division of Environmental Health and Risk Management, School of Geography, Earth and Environmental Sciences, University of Birmingham, Birmingham B15 2TT, UK KEVIN J.
WILKINSON Department of Chemistry, University of Montreal, P.O. BoxSucc. Several chapters review our most recent understanding of the environmental colloids and identify colloidal properties that will need further study in the future.
This book is relevant for academic and industrial researchers in the field of colloid science.5/5(1). Environmental Colloids and Particles: Behaviour, Separation and Characterisation () Hardcover – January 1, out of 5 stars 1 rating.
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