James F. Pankow
November 18, 2019 Forthcoming
Textbook - 588 Pages
ISBN 9781439854402 - CAT# K12521
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Aquatic Chemistry Concepts, Second Edition. Fully revised and updated, this textbook fills the need for a comprehensive treatment of aquatic chemistry and covers the many complicated equations and principles of aquatic chemistry. It presents the established science of equilibrium water chemistry using the uniquely recognizable, step-by-step Pankow format which allows a broad and deep understanding aquatic chemistry. The text is appropriate for a wide audience that includes undergraduate and graduate students, industry professionals, consultants, and regulators. Every professional using water chemistry will want this text within close reach, and students and professionals alike will expect to find at least one copy on their library shelves.
Introduction; Thermodynamic Principles; Acid/Base Chemistry; The Electroneutrality Equation, Mass Balance Equations, and The Proton Balance Equation; Quantitative Acid/Base Calculations For Any Solution of Acids and Bases; Dependence of Values on pH and the Role of Net Strong Base; Titrations of Acids and Bases; Buffer Intensity; Chemistry of Dissolved CO2; Complexation of Metal Ions by Ligands; Simple Salts and Metal Oxides/Hydroxides/Oxyhydroxides; Solubility Behavior of Calcium Carbonate and other Divalent Metal Carbonates in Closed and Open Systems; Metal Phosphates; Which Solid Is Solubility Limiting? Examples with Fe(II) for FeCO3(s) vs. Fe(OH)2(s) using Log vs. pH Predominance Diagrams; The Kelvin Effect: The Effect of Particle Size on Dissolution and Evaporation Equilibria; Solid/Solid and Liquid/Liquid Solution Mixtures; Redox Reactions, EH, and pe; Introduction to pe-pH Diagrams: The Cases of Aqueous Chlorine, Hydrogen, and Oxygen; pe-pH Diagrams for Lead (Pb) with Negligible Dissolved CO2; pe-pH Diagrams for Lead (Pb) in the Presence of CO2 with Fixed CT, and Fixed CT and Phosphate; pe and Natural Systems; Redox Succession (Titration) in a Stratified Lake During a Period of Summer Stagnation; The Debye-Hückel Equation and Its Descendent Expressions for Activity Coefficients of Aqueous Ions; Electrical Double Layers in Aqueous Systems; Colloid Stability and Particle Double Layers;
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