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Aquatic redox chemistry

Author: Paul G Tratnyek; American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry
Publisher: Washington, D.C : American Chemical Society, 2012.
Series: American Chemical Society.; ACS symposium series
Edition/Format:   Print book : Conference publication : EnglishView all editions and formats

This volume provides a comprehensive overview of aquatic redox chemistry through chapters contributed by many of the leading investigators in the field.


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Genre/Form: Conference papers and proceedings
Material Type: Conference publication
Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Paul G Tratnyek; American Chemical Society Division of Environmental Chemistry
ISBN: 9780841226524 0841226520
OCLC Number: 803690403
Description: xii, 618 Seiten : Illustrationen.
Contents: Preface ; 1. Introduction to Aquatic Redox Chemistry ; Timothy J. Grundl, Stefan Haderlein, James T. Nurmi, and Paul G. Tratnyek ; 2. Thermodynamic Redox Calculations for One and Two Electron Transfer Steps: Implications for Halide Oxidation and Halogen Environmental Cycling ; George W. Luther, III ; 3. One-Electron Reduction Potentials from Chemical Structure Theory Calculations ; Eric J. Bylaska, Alexandra J. Salter-Blanc, and Paul G. Tratnyek ; 4. Thermodynamic Control on Terminal Electron Transfer and Methanogenesis ; Christian Blodau ; 5. Redox Chemistry and Natural Organic Matter (NOM): Geochemists' Dream, Analytical Chemists' Nightmare ; Donald L. Macalady and Katherine Walton-Day ; 6. Electron Shuttling by Natural Organic Matter: Twenty Years After ; Garrison Sposito ; 7. Electrochemistry of Natural Organic Matter ; James T. Nurmi and Paul G. Tratnyek ; 8. Pathways Contributing to the Formation and Decay of Ferrous Iron in Sunlit Natural Waters ; Shikha Garg, Andrew L. Rose, and T. David Waite ; 9. The Role of Iron Coordination in the Production of Reactive Oxidants from Ferrous Iron Oxidation by Oxygen and Hydrogen Peroxide ; Christina Keenan Remucal and David L. Sedlak ; 10. TiO2 Photocatalysis for the Redox Conversion of Aquatic Pollutants ; Jaesang Lee, Jungwon Kim, and Wonyong Choi ; 11. Chlorine Based Oxidants for Water Purification and Disinfection ; Gregory V. Korshin ; 12. Remediation of Chemically-Contaminated Waters Using Sulfate Radical Reactions: Kinetic Studies ; Stephen P. Mezyk, Kimberly A. Rickman, Garrett McKay, Charlotte M. Hirsch, Xuexiang He, and Dionysios D. Dionysiou ; 13. Voltammetry of Sulfide Nanoparticles and the FeS(aq) Problem ; G. R. Helz, I. Ciglenecki, D. Krznaric, and E. Bura-Nakic ; 14. Redox Reactivity of Organically Complexed Iron(II) Species with Aquatic Contaminants Timothy J. Strathmann ; 15. Fe2+ Sorption at the Fe Oxide-Water Interface: A Revised Conceptual Framework ; Christopher A. Gorski and Michelle M. Scherer ; 16. Redox Driven Stable Isotope Fractionation ; Jay R. Black, Jeffrey A. Crawford, Seth John, and Abby Kavner ; 17. Redox Properties of Structural Fe in Smectite Clay Minerals ; Anke Neumann, Michael Sander, and Thomas B. Hofstetter ; 18. Reactivity of Zerovalent Metals in Aquatic Media: Effects of Organic Surface Coatings ; Paul G. Tratnyek, Alexandra J. Salter-Blanc, James T. Nurmi, James E. Amonette, Juan Liu, Chongmin Wang, Alice Dohnalkova, and Donald R. Baer ; 19. Current Perspectives on the Mechanisms of Chlorohydrocarbon Degradation in Subsurface Environments: Insight from Kinetics, Product Formation, Probe Molecules, and Isotope Fractionation ; Martin Elsner and Thomas B. Hofstetter ; 20. Degradation Routes of RDX in Various Redox Systems ; Annamaria Halasz and Jalal Hawari ; 21. Role of Coupled Redox Transformations in the Mobilization and Sequestration of Arsenic ; Janet G. Hering, Stephan J. Hug, Claire Farnsworth, and Peggy A. O'Day ; 22. Redox Processes Affecting the Speciation of Technetium, Uranium, Neptunium, and Plutonium in Aquatic and Terrestrial Environments ; Edward J. O'Loughlin, Maxim I. Boyanov, Dionysios A. Antonopoulos, and Kenneth M. Kemner ; 23. Rate Controlling Processes in the Transformation of Tetrachloroethylene and Carbon Tetrachloride under Iron Reducing and Sulfate Reducing Conditions ; Elizabeth C. Butler, Yiran Dong, Lee R. Krumholz, Xiaoming Liang, Hongbo Shao, and Yao Tan ; 24. The Use of Chemical Probes for the Characterization of the Predominant Abiotic Reductants in Anaerobic Sediments ; Huichun (Judy) Zhang, Dalizza Colon, John F. Kenneke, and Eric J. Weber ; 25. The Role of Transport in Aquatic Redox Chemistry ; Wolfgang Kurtz and Stefan Peiffer ; 26. Evolution of Redox Processes in Groundwater ; Peter B. McMahon, Francis H. Chapelle, and Paul M. Bradley ; Editors' Biographies ; Indexes ; Author Index ; Subject Index
Series Title: American Chemical Society.; ACS symposium series
Responsibility: [ed. by:] Paul G. Tratnyek, Timothy J. Grundl, Stefan B. Haderlein ; spons. by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry and ACS Division of Geochemistry.


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