Chemistry for the Protection of the Environment 2

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Lucjan Pawlowski, William J. Lacy, Christopher G. Uchrin, Marzenna R. Dudzinska
Springer Science & Business Media, Dec 6, 2012 - Science - 460 pages
Over the past two decades, this environmental conference series has emerged to be come one of the major international forums on the chemical aspects of environmental pro tection. The forum is called Chemistry for the Protection of the Environment (CPE). The sponsors of this CPE series have included the Chemical Societies of Poland, France, Bel gium, Italy, Egypt, and the U.S.A., the American Institute of Chemical Engineers, the American Society of Testing and Materials, the International Ozone Association, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization, the Ministries of the Environment of Poland, France, Belgium, and Italy, U.S. Agency for International Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, more than twenty universities and institutes of higher learning, and five national academies of sciences. The first meeting in this series was organized by Prof. Pawlowski and Dr. Lacy in 1976 at the Marie Curie-Sklodowska University in Lublin, Poland. The conference dealt with various physicochemical methodologies for water and wastewater treatment research projects that were jointly sponsored by U.S. EPA and Poland.
 

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Contents

Cleaner Production in the Chemical Industry
1
Risk Management Considerations for CostEffective Environmental
17
Availability of Domestic and Foreign
27
Characterizations of Air Pollutants in the Atmosphere at Metropolitan Area
37
Air Pollution Control with Fibrous Ion Exchangers
55
A Method Suitable for Protection of the Atmosphere against
67
A Possibility to Reduce Methane Emission from Landfills by Its Oxidation
75
Catalytic Hydrodehalogenation of CFCS Freons
93
Inorganic Phosphorus Problem in Domestic Sewage
239
Neutralization of Laundry Wastes by Coagulation
251
Utilization of Leather Scraps after Chrome and Vegetable Tanning
259
Molten Salt Destruction of Energetic Material Wastes as an Alternative to Open
267
The Influence of Molecular Oxygen on the Adsorption of Organic Pollutants
277
The Effect of Sulphur Dioxide on Reaction of Total Phenol Oxidation
295
Sorption of Benzene Toluene and metaXylene to Contaminated Site Soils
303
Importance of Interactions 3 11
311

Prospects of Fibrous Ion Exchangers in Water Pollution Control Chromates
107
Behavior of Macroreticular Chelating Resins Having Oxy Acids of Phosphorus
121
Kinetics of HCu Ion Exchange on KPS and KS10 Wofatits
131
Deoxygenation and Desalination of Water on Difunctional Strong Basic Anion
137
Decoloring Mechanisms of Dye Stuff by Chemical Oxidation
143
Separation of OilContaining Particles from Water in a Cyclone Flotation
155
PostDyeing Wastewater Treatment in CoPrecipitation and Sorption Process
165
Phenomena Occurring on Phase Boundary in a Process of Coagulation
179
Removal of Sulphates from Tap Water by Precipitation or Crystallization
193
The Elimination of Pesticides from Drinking and Wastewater
203
Differences of Opinion in the Application Usage and Research of LCA
215
Chemical Conditioning for Removal of Water and Phosphate from Enhanced
223
Technology Progress
233
ObjectOriented Simulation of Pathways of Chemicals in Nature 3 19
319
Adsorption and Desorption of Cadmium Copper and Lead in Polish Mineral
329
Mobilization of Heavy Metals from Soils by Acidification
337
Sorption Characteristics of Organic Compounds in Landfill Leachate
351
Assessment of the Effects of Hypolimnion Water Removal from the Kortowskie
361
Complexation of CopperII Cadmium II and Lead II with Humic
375
Application of a Passive Soil Vapor Survey at a Former Manufactured Gas Plant
389
Use of a Portable FiberOptics CCD Spectrophotometer to Measure
401
Effects of Preservation Agents on Determinations of VOCs and HAAs
409
A Comparison of Soil and Water Chemistry in a Catchment in China with Sites
421
The Trace Metal Elements in Water and Sediments of Hornád River Basin
435
About the Editors
443
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