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Environmental Chemistry.

Author: John Moore
Publisher: Oxford : Elsevier Science, 1976.
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
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Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: John Moore
ISBN: 9780323147422 0323147429
OCLC Number: 841914137
Notes: Environmental Chemistry.
Description: 1 online resource (517 pages)
Contents: Front Cover; Environmental Chemistry; Copyright Page; Table of Contents; Preface; Acknowledgments; Part I: Origins; Chapter 1. Origin of the Elements and Interstellar Molecules; 1.1 NUCLEOSYNTHESIS OF THE ELEMENTS; 1.2 INTERSTELLAR ATOMS AND MOLECULES; EXERCISES; Chapter 2. The Development of theSolid Earth; 2.1 FORMATION OF THE EARTH; 2.2 THE LOSS OF GASEOUS ELEMENTS; 2.3 THE PRIMARY DIFFERENTIATIONOF THE ELEMENTS; 2.4 SECONDARY DIFFERENTIATION OF THE ELEMENTS; 2.5 CONCENTRATION OF THE ELEMENTS INTO ORES; 2.6 RELATIONSHIP OF ORES TO AVERAGECRUSTAL ABUNDANCE; EXERCISES. Chapter 3. Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life3.1 THE ATMOSPHERE AND HYDROSPHERE OF PRIMITIVE EARTH; 3.2 SYNTHESIS OF BUILDING BLOCK MOLECULES; 3.3 THE IMPORTANCE OF 'REACTIVE COMPOUNDS""; 3.4 FORMATION OF BIOPOLYMERS; 3.5 APPEARANCE OF LIVING CELLS; 3.6 THE SECOND STAGE OF ATMOSPHERIC EVOLUTION; 3.7 THE THIRD STAGE OF ATMOSPHERIC EVOLUTION; 3.8 THE NONPROBLEM OF CATASTROPHIC DIOXYGEN DEPLETION; 3.9 CONCLUSIONS; EXERCISES; Suggested Readings; Part II: Energy; Chapter 4. Theoretical Treatment of Energy; 4.1 THE FIRST AND SECOND LAWS OF THERMODYNAMICS. 4.2 ENTROPY POLLUTION AND FREE ENERGY4.3 CONVERTING HEAT TO WORK-REVERSIBLE PROCESSES; 4.4 CONVERTING HEAT TO WORK-CARNOT EFFICIENCY; 4.5 CONVERSION OF MATTER INTO MORE USEFUL FORMS-ALUMINUM FROM BAUXITE; 4.6 THE IMPROBABILITY OF LIFE IN A UNIVERSE AT EQUILIBRIUM; 4.7 STEADY-STATE, NONEQUILIBRIUM SYSTEMS; 4.8 MATERIAL FLOWS-BIOGEOCHEMICAL CYCLES; 4.9 MAXIMIZING THE DEGREE OF ORDER IN ASTEADY-STATE, NONEQUILIBRIUM SYSTEM; EXERCISES; Chapter 5. Fossil Fuels; 5.1 ORIGIN AND DEVELOPMENT OF COAL; 5.2 COAL-FIRED POWER PLANTS; 5.3 CLEANER COAL COMBUSTION. 5.4 ORIGIN AND RESERVES OF PETROLEUM AND NATURAL GAS5.5 COMPOSITION AND CLASSIFICATION OF PETROLEUM; 5.6 PETROLEUM REFINING; 5.7 ENVIRONMENTAL PROBLEMS ASSOCIATED WITH PETROLEUM; EXERCISES; Chapter 6. Newly Developing Energy Sources; 6.1 NUCLEAR FISSION REACTORS; 6.2 FISSION POWER AND THE ENVIRONMENT; 6.3 FUSION POWER; 6.4 SOLAR ENERGY-THERMAL COLLECTION; 6.5 SOLAR ENERGY-ELECTRONIC COLLECTION; 6.6 PHOTOSYNTHESIS; 6.7 TIDAL AND GEOTHERMAL ENERGY; EXERCISES; Chapter 7. Storage, Distribution, and Conservation of Energy; 7.1 SYNTHETIC CHEMICAL FUELS-THE H2 ECONOMY. 7.2 ELECTROCHEMICAL ENERGY CONVERSION7.3 NET ENERGY; 7.4 CONSERVATION OF FREE ENERGY; 7.5 THE ENERGY BALANCE OF THE EARTH; EXERCISES; Suggested Readings; Part Ill: Air; Chapter 8. The Atmosphere; 8.1 STRUCTURE AND PROPERTIES OF THE ATMOSPHERE; 8.2 TEMPERATURE INVERSION AND AIR POLLUTION EPISODES; 8.3 ATMOSPHERIC PHOTOCHEMISTRY; 8.4 POSSIBLE DEPLETION OF STRATOSPHERIC OZONE; 8.5 NATURAL VERSUS POLLUTED AIR; EXERCISES; Chapter 9. Air Pollution-Industry and Energy Related; 9.1 PARTICULATE MATTER; 9.2 ANALYSIS AND CONTROL OF PARTICULATES; 9.3 SULFUR OXIDES.

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