Environmental Organic Chemistry
Winner of the AAP/PSP Award for Best New Chemistry Book in 1994
Designed for anyone investigating organic compounds and pollutants in the environment, Environmental Organic Chemistry lucidly describes how molecular interactions and macroscopic transport phenomena determine the distribution in space and time of organic compounds released into the natural environment. Truly multidisciplinary in its approach, this book shows the reader how to quantify these processes using the principles of chemistry, physics, and biology in a macroscopic environment. Background review material, the use of current concepts and data, the organization of chapters into elementary and advanced sections, and extensive references make this the ideal resource for beginning researchers as well as practicing professionals.
A companion volume, Environmental Organic Chemistry: Illustrative Examples, Problems, and Case Studies, provides an abundance of supplementary materials that enrich and extend this work.
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RENE P. SCHWARZENBACH is Professor of Environmental Chemistry at the Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology.
PHILIP M. GSCHWEND is Associate Professor of Civil and Environmental Engineering at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
DIETER M. IMBODEN is Professor of Environmental Physics at the Swiss Federal Institute for Environmental Science and Technology.
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