Environmental Chemistry: Pollution and Remedial Perspective
Author(s): A. V. Salker
E-ISBN: Publication Year: 2017
Binding: Paper Back Dimension: 160mm x 240mm Weight: 440
About the book
ENVIRONMENTAL CHEMISTRY: Pollution and Remedial Perspective covers a wide range of topics and issues such as common air pollutants, water pollution, soil pollution, forest, waste managementís, biogeochemical cycles and ecosystem. The impact of these pollutant and their remedial measures have been sufficiently discussed and importance is given to the quality of air, water, monitoring, controls and remedial measures. The material in this book is presented in a simple and lucid manner so that any science stream person can understand the environmental concepts, role and issues without any difficulty.
This book is useful for the students and teachers of all science streams.
Table of Contents
Preface / Structure and Properties of Atmosphere / Air Pollution / Carbon Monoxide / Sulfur Dioxide / Oxides of Nitrogen / Hydrocarbons / Particulate Matters / Gas Adsorption Techniques / Plume Behaviour. / Radioactivity and Pollution / Materiology and Dispersion of Pollutants / Air Quality Standards / Air Pollutant Gases Monitoring Sensors / Acids Base Concepts / Water Quality Analysis / Biodegradation / Water Pollution / Selected Industrial Effluent Treatments / Water Conditioning / Noise Pollution / Waste Management / Soil Pollution / Forest And Mining Impact / Biogeochemical Cycles / The Concept of the Ecosystem / Index.
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