By Chin Pao Huang, Charles R. O'Melia, James J. Morgan
Presents accomplished experimental and theoretical analyses of chemical reactions in multiphase, multispecies platforms. Explores the rules and functions of floor chemistry, soil chemistry, microbiology, geochemistry, redox response, and colloid chemistry to environmental platforms. Examines the impact of abiotic and biotic interfaces on chemical reactions in aquatic setting structures. contains chapters by way of Werner Stumm, the founding father of aquatic chemistry.
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Lie of its own kind. Molecular Interpretation of the Model. A comparison of the :hree ways to derive equation 16 is instructive in understanding the molecular ,ignificance of equation 18. In method 1, all NAB values are set equal to the :otal number of nearest neighbors of species A (ZN) times the fraction of total 'ltes occupied by species B (Ns/M). 1 ,ideal mixing of A and B on the sites), such that no advantage accrued to illy particular nearest-neighbor association. In the method 1 approximation, 42 AQUATIC CHEMISTRY even when E -=1= 0, the fraction of species B overall-the long-range orderstill determines the short-range ordering of surface species into AB pairs.
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Aquatic chemistry: interfacial and interspecies processes by Chin Pao Huang, Charles R. O'Melia, James J. Morgan