Aquatic Chemistry Concepts

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CRC Press, Jul 24, 1991 - Science - 710 pages
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Aquatic Chemistry Concepts fills the need for a true, easy-to-use aquatic chemistry book that goes into the details behind some of the complicated equations and principles of aquatic chemistry. It places established science into a text that allows you to learn and to solve important practical environmental problems. Environmental consultants in all fields, regulators, and libraries will consider this text an excellent reference for its clear explanation of aquatic chemistry principles.
 

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Contents

Overview
3
Thermodynamic Principles
17
Chapters H+ As an Important and Meaningful Thermodynamic Variable
53
The Proton Balance Electroneutrality and Mass Balance Equations
61
Introduction to Quantitative Equilibrium Calculations
69
pH as a Master Variable
109
Titrations of Acids and Bases
129
Buffer Intensity 0 and the Effects of Changes in 0 with pH on Titration
143
SolidSolid and LiquidLiquid Solution Mixtures
319
Present in a Solution
327
The Gibbs Phase Rule
341
Complexation of Metal Ions by Ligands
359
Redox Reactions pe and H
393
The Cases of Aqueous Chlorine
431
pepH Diagrams for Aqueous Lead in the Absence of CY
451
pepH Diagram for Aqueous Lead in the Presence of COV with
473

Chemistry of Dissolved CO2
165
of a Log Concentration vs pH Diagram
181
Gran Titrations
199
Solubility Behaviors of Simple Mineral Salts and Metal Oxides
219
Water i e for Cz C 0No Simplifying Assumptions
239
Solubility of Metal Carbonates in Open Systems with a Gas Phase
259
Solubility Control Solubility Limitation the Coexistence of Multiple Solid
279
Solubility as a Function of Particle Size
301
pe and Natural Systems
493
The pe Changes in a Stratified Lake During a Period of Summer
547
Effects of Electrical Charges on Solution Chemistry
583
Electrical Double Layers in the Aqueous System
603
Stability and Coagulation of Colloidal Suspensions
643
Supplementary Thermodynamic Information
657
Index
667
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