By: Noemi M Nagy, Jozsef Konya and Arthur T Hubbard
244 pages, 48 black & white illustrations, 40 black & white tables
Knowledge of the basic interactions that take place between geological materials and different substances is the first step in understanding the effects of adsorption and other interfacial processes on the quality of rocks and soils. This volume provides comprehensive coverage of the thermodynamic aspects of the soil-liquid-interface system. The book examines the different processes at solid and liquid interfaces of soil and rock, emphasizing the importance of chemical species on these interactions. It discusses chemical reactions on surfaces and interfaces; examines the roles of these processes in environmental, colloidal, and geochemistry; and, explores the effects on agricultural, environmental, and industrial applications.
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