7 edition of Chemistry of the solid-water interface found in the catalog.
|Statement||Werner Stumm ; with contributions by Laura Sigg (chapter 11), Barbara Sulzberger (chapter 10).|
|Contributions||Sigg, Laura., Sulzberger, Barbara.|
|LC Classifications||GB855 .S79 1992|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||x, 428 p. :|
|Number of Pages||428|
|LC Control Number||92009701|
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From the Publisher Provides an introduction to the chemistry of the solid-water interface, progressing from the simple to more complex and applied. Discusses the important interfaces in natural systems, especially geochemistry, in natural waters, soils and by: This book complete the Stumm's textbook, leading us to major comprehension physical chemical processes into solid-water interface, that is essential to study fulfillment that processes that occur into wheathering and soil formation and mobility of trace elements.5/5(2).
Provides an introduction to the chemistry of the solid-water interface, progressing from the simple to more complex and applied. Discusses the important interfaces in natural systems, especially geochemistry, in natural waters, soils and sediments.
Water Chemistry. Chemistry of the Solid-Water Interface: Processes at the Mineral-Water and Particle-Water Interface in Natural Systems. Chemistry of the Solid-Water Interface: Processes at the Mineral-Water and Particle-Water Interface in Natural Systems.
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Chemistry of the solid-water interface: Processes at the mineral-water and particle-water interface in natural systems. This book presents an introduction to the chemistry of the solid-water interface. Stressing surface chemical principles that can be applied in the geochemistry of natural waters, soils and sediments, and in water technology, the book focuses throughout on the interaction of solutes with solid surfaces (adsorption and desorption).Cited by: Abstract.
The title book covers coordination chemistry of the hydrous oxide-water interface; surface charge and the electric double layer; adsorption; chemical weathering phenomena; homogeneous and heterogeneous nucleation and precipitation; particle-particle interaction; carbonate reactivity; redox processes mediated by surfaces; photochemistry; and trace element transport.
Chemistry of the solid-water interface: processes at the mineral-water and particle-water interface in natural systems. oceanography, soil science and the environmental sciences with an introduction to the chemistry of the solid-water Read more Rating: (not yet rated) 0 with reviews - Be processes at the mineral-water and particle.
The properties of Si02 and the Si-Si02 interface provide the key foundation onto which the majority of semiconductor device technology has been built Their study has consumed countless hours of many hundreds of investigators over the years, not only in the field of semiconductor devices but also in ceramics, materials science, metallurgy, geology, and mineralogy, to name a few.
The Soil-Root Interface contains the proceedings of an international symposium held in Oxford, England, on March 28 to 31, The first five chapters of this book contain the majority of papers presented at the meeting, as well as the descriptions of displayed posters and : Surface and Interface Chemistry of Clay Minerals, Volume 9, delivers a fundamental understanding of the surface and interface chemistry of clay minerals, thus serving as a valuable resource for researchers active in the fields of materials chemistry and sustainable minerals, with surfaces ranging from hydrophilic, to hydrophobic, are widely studied and used as adsorbents.
de Bruyn P.L. () Some Aspects of the Physical Chemistry of Solid/Water Interfaces. In: Ives K.J. (eds) The Scientific Basis of Flotation. NATO ASI Series (Series E: Applied Sciences), vol Author: P. de Bruyn. A detailed understanding of the chemistry of surfaces and interfaces is required by many research personnel in the chemical and life science industries, as surfaces and interfaces play a critical role in many of the processes they seek to influence.
Surface Chemistry of Solid and Liquid Interfaces provides a concise and easily accessible introduction to this fascinating subject. With a smooth. View Academics in Chemistry Of The Solid-Water Interface; potentiometric titrations on The purpose of these experiments is to study the surface chemistry induced by charge transfer across the solid/liquid interface on an unprecedented length scale.
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nation chemistry can also be applied to these interfaces. This chapter is designed • to briefly review surface complexation theory, reflecting on the nature of site-specific binding to H+, metal ions, and ligands • to discuss the need for assessing the bonding between solids and solutes to understand better the reactivity of the solid-water.
Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics Kinetics of CO 2 nanobubble formation at the solid/water interface † Jingwu Yang, a Jinming Duan, a Daniel Fornasiero a and John Ralston * aCited by: Non-Classical Behavior in Competitive Ion Adsorption at a Charged Solid–Water Interface | The Journal of Physical Chemistry Letters Ion adsorption at solid-water interfaces is commonly described by interactions between specific surface sites and adsorbed ions in classical models.
Chemistry of the solid-water interface: Processes at the mineral-water and particle-water interface in natural systems Chester, Roy; Abstract. Publication: Chemical Geology. Pub Date: October DOI: /(93)U Bibcode: ChGeoC Author: Roy Chester.