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Water Chemistry

TextbookOut of Print

Series: McGraw Hill Series in Water Resources and Environmental Engineering

By: Mark M Benjamin

668 pages, Bw photos, figs, tabs

McGraw Hill

Paperback | Dec 2002 | #126880 | ISBN: 0071202390
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About this book

This book effectively conveys the key concepts of equilibrium chemistry, particularly as they apply to natural and engineered aquatic systems. The coverage is rigorous and thorough, but the author assumes little prior knowledge of chemistry on the part of the readers, and writes in a style that is easily accessible to students.


Contents

1 Concepts in Aquatic Chemistry2 Potentials, Energy, and Forces: Ways to Interpret Changes in Physical/Chemical Systems3 Acids and Bases, Part 1. Acid/Base Speciation and Exact Solutions to Acid/Base Problems4 Acids and Bases, Part 2. Use of Log C-pH Diagrams 5 Titrations and Buffers6 Software for Solving Chemical Equilibrium Problems7 Gas/Liquid Equilibrium8 Chemistry of Metals in Aqueous Systems9 Redox Chemistry10 Adsorption Reactions

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