Title: Environmental Photochemistry Part II (The ...
Publication Date: 2010
Binding: Soft cover
Book Condition: Fine
489 pp., diagrams, bibliography, index. 0.0. Bookseller Inventory # 3642055435PNGCON8X050613
Photochemical reactions play a major role in the environment including a wide range of reactions in the atmosphere, natural waters, soil and living organisms. This new volume on Environmental Photochemistry up-dates the previous edition with chapters on basic aspects including concepts of photochemical transformations and mechanistic photochemical processes in the atmosphere and water. In addition a range of applications are also detailed such as advanced photochemical oxidation processes for water and air treatment as well as applications of photocatalysis for surface treatment and nuclear fuel reprocessing. The new edition provides a critical up to date overview of the most important research in the field of environmental photochemistry.
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