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Organic Chemicals An Environmental Perspective

By: A Neilson
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
Organic Chemicals
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  • Organic Chemicals ISBN: 9781566703765 Hardback Dec 2000 Usually dispatched within 5 days
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Brings together the basic issues of chemical analysis, distribution, persistence, and ecotoxicology, and illustrates each point with specific examples, presenting a mechanistic approach to microbial reactions.


Preface. Introduction. Analysis. Partition: Distribution, Transport, and Mobility. Persistence: General Orientation. Persistence: Experimental Aspects. Pathways of Degradation and Biotransformation. Ecotoxicology. Microbiological Aspects of Bioremediation.

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By: A Neilson
Publisher: Lewis Publishers
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