Laboratory Experiments in Environmental Chemistry

Laboratory Experiments in Environmental Chemistry

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This lab manual provides an interdisciplinary collection of 23 extensively tested environmental chemistry experiments a€” with extensive introductory background material for each experiment. It covers a broad range of methods and provides detailed instructions on calculation of results. Experiments involve, for example: inorganic and organic profile of sediment and soil cores; the pH of environmental waters and buffer capacity; alkalinity of streams and lakes; trace levels of ions in natural waters; conductivity of natural waters; cloride ion in natural waters; colorimetry and absorption spectra; metals in natural waters and in sediments; atomic absorption spectrometry; the chemical oxygen demand of natural waters and wastewaters; the fluorimetric determination of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons; environmental hydrocarbons; air sampling-particulates in urban air; carbon dioxide in the atmosphere; acid rain; decomposition of pollutants with an application to plasticizers, and detergents. For chemists and technicians with environmental agencies.This lab manual provides an interdisciplinary collection of 23 extensively tested environmental chemistry experiments a€” with extensive introductory background material for each experiment.


Title:Laboratory Experiments in Environmental Chemistry
Author: D. Neal Boehnke, R. Del Delumyea
Publisher:Pearson College Division - 2000
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