By H. Magdi Selim, William L. Kingery
Our technology-based society calls for using hundreds and hundreds of heavy metals. but society additionally calls for the prevention, and the remediation, of soil infected with heavy metals. A unified presentation of contemporary advancements that would support in achieving those pursuits, Geochemical and Hydrological Reactivity of Heavy Metals in Soils discusses new strategies used to investigate the varied array of floor reactions ruled by means of actual, chemical, and organic processes.The booklet covers the response mechanisms of the part molecules, the linkages among those molecules, and the juxtaposition and spacing of reactive floor useful teams. It highlights analytical ideas for characterizing cellular soil colloids, presents the most recent effects on vital biologically mediated pathways, and divulges how modeling views from molecular to macroscopic degrees are all used to achieve new insights into steel contaminant tactics within the surroundings. With contributions from a hand-picked panel and the editorial suggestions of undisputed specialists, the e-book specializes in the complexity of chemical tactics in "real" structures and gives the instruments used to appreciate them. one of many few books that comprehensively illustrates the cause-and-effect courting of those chemical tactics, Geochemical and Hydrological Reactivity of Heavy Metals in Soils is a pragmatic consultant for soil and groundwater scientists, ecologists, and executive regulators.
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Geochemical and hydrological reactivity of heavy metals in soils by H. Magdi Selim, William L. Kingery