By: Kalliat T Valsaraj
The broad, interdisciplinary nature of environmental education means that it is impossible to incorporate all of the related specialties, like applied chemistry, within the time constraints of a four-year degree. Elements of Environmental Engineering: Thermodynamics and Kinetics, Second Edition fills the void by providing a sound basis of chemical thermodynamics and reaction kinetics. This forms the foundation engineers need to successfully meet challenges like process design for waste separation, environmental transport modeling, and risk assessment. With new examples and practice problems, Elements of Environmental Engineering: Thermodynamics and Kinetics, Second Edition is an ideal guide or self-study tool for the practicing engineer.
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