Volatilization of organic pollutants from water

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Published by Environmental Research Laboratory, Office of Research and Development, U.S. Environmental Protection Agency in Athens, Ga .

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  • Organic water pollutants,
  • Water -- Pollution,
  • Chemistry, Organic

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Statementby Donald Mackay ... [et al.] ; project officer, Samuel W. Karickhoff.
ContributionsKarickhoff, Samuel W., MacKay, Donald, Environmental Research Laboratory (Athens, Ga.)
LC ClassificationsTD427O7 V6 1982
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Paginationviii, 202 p. :
Number of Pages202
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Open LibraryOL18763389M

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Volatilization of Pollutants from Water DONALD MACKAY Department of Chemical Engineering & Applied Chemistry and Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Toronto, Toronto, OntarioM5S 1A4, Canada ABSTRACT The mechanism of the process of volatilization from water is briefly reviewed in terms of liquid and vapour phase resistances coupled by the Whitman Two Film by:   Volatilization of Pollutants From Water Microbial Transformations of Aromatic Pollutants Photochemical Transformation of Pollutants in Water Oxidation of Organic Compounds in Aquatic Systems: The Free Radical Oxidation of Cumene Prediction of Photochemical Transformation of Pollutants in The Aquatic EnvironmentBook Edition: 1.

Organized into 47 chapters, this book first describes the aquatic pollutants and their potential biological effects. Subsequent chapters elucidate chemicals with pollution potential; multidetection approach to analysis of organic pollutants in water; volatilization of pollutants from water; microbial transformations of aromatic pollutants; and photochemical transformation of pollutants in water.

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Treatment of Refractory Organic Pollutants using Ionic Liquids. Methods are presented for simulating the transfer of volatile organic contaminants to the atmosphere during surface and bubble aeration.

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PERSISTENT ORGANIC POLLUTANTS (POPs) Children's Health and the Environment It can enter the atmosphere by volatilization, and can contaminate surface water from soil run-off.

The half-life of endrin in soil may be up to 12 years, depending on local conditions. This persistence, combined with a. Ammonia volatilization reduces the economic efficiency of agricultural cropping systems.

Either yield will be reduced or additional costs will be incurred from additional nitrogen fertilizer. The amount of ammonia volatilization depends on several environmental factors, including temperature, pH, and the soil water [email protected]{osti_, title = {Identification and analysis of organic pollutants in water}, author = {Keith, L.H.}, abstractNote = {Representing practice and research ongoing in this rapidly advancing area of environmental chemistry, this comprehensive work is organized into three sections: (1) chemistry of pollutants, (2) techniques and methods of analyses, and (3) identification of organic.In the Stockholm Convention on Persistent Organic Pollutants (POPs), a chemical is considered persistent (from an atmospheric standpoint) if it has been measured at locations distant from sources of potential concern, if monitoring data show that long-range atmospheric transport may have occurred, or if modeling results show that the chemical has a potential for long-range .

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