This timely new workbook is the result of a year-long effort by a group of university professors who first met at Montana Tech during the summer of 1994 for a college faculty workshop. The workshop was funded by the National Science Foundation's support for those faculty developing courses in the newly emerging field of air toxics.
Part I of the book contains over 100 problems dealing with a variety of topics in this area. Part II provides detailed solutions. The problems and solutions provided will become a useful resource for the training of engineers and scientists who are or soon will be working in the field.
1. Air Toxics Problems 2. Air Toxic Solutions 3. Basic Principles 4. Regulants 5. Source Characterization 6.
Pollution Prevention 7. Treatment of Gases 8. Treatment of Particulates 9. Hazard Risk Assessment 10. Risk Communication 11. Economics 12. Ethics 13. Case Studies 14. Air Dispersion Modeling 15. Health Risk Assessment