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Chemical Speciation in the Environment, Second Edition  By
2002 | 465 Pages | ISBN: 063205848X | PDF | 4 MB
Considerable recent research has focused on the topic of chemical speciation in the environment. It is increasingly realised that the distribution, mobility and biological availability of chemical elements depend not simply on their concentrations but, critically, on the forms in which they occur in natural systems. Continuing developments in analytical chemistry have made speciation practicable even where analytes are present at trace levels (as is often the case in natural samples).In the second edition of this book, the expertise of scientists                                                                                                                                                                                   involved in chemical speciation in various fields have been brought together to provide an overview of the current status of speciation science and indicate how the field may develop in the future.Content: Chapter 1 Introduction (pages 1-5): A.M. Ure and C.M. DavidsonChapter 2 General Strategies for Speciation (pages 7-29): W.F. PickeringChapter 3 Direct Methods of Metal Speciation (pages 30-66): B.A. Goodman and S.M. GlidewellChapter 4 Hybrid Methods of Speciation (pages 67-88): G.M. GreenwayChapter 5 Predicting Chemical Speciation and Computer Simulation (pages 89-131): D.G. Lumsdon and L.J. EvansChapter 6 Quality Control in Speciation Studies for Environmental Monitoring (pages 132-158): Ph. QuevauvillerChapter 7 Speciation of Metals in the Atmosphere (pages 159-187): L.J. Spokes and T.D. JickellsChapter 8 Speciation in Freshwaters (pages 188-236): M. Filella, R.M. Town and J. BuffleChapter 9 Speciation in Soils (pages 237-264): G.S.P. Ritchie and G. SpositoChapter 10 Chemical Speciation in Soils and Related Materials by Selective Chemical Extraction (pages 265-300): A.M. Ure and C.M. DavidsonChapter 11 Speciation of Trace Metals in Sediments (pages 301-321): M. KerstenChapter 12 Speciation in Seawater (pages 322-357): R.H. ByrneChapter 13 Speciation of Radionuclides (pages 358-386): B.R. Harvey and K.S. LeonardChapter 14 Speciation of Metals and Metalloids in Biological Systems (pages 387-400): P.H.E. GardinerChapter 15 Trends and Developments (pages 401-440): R.R. Barefoot

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