Comprehensive Water Analysis

Comprehensive Water Analysis

by T R Crompton, T. R. Crompton

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Comprehensive Water Analysis by T R Crompton, T. R. Crompton

This book brings together in one place all available information on the determination of metals, organics, organometallic compounds, anions, cations, dissolved gases, radioactive substances and miscellaneous determinands in natural and treated waters.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9781851667505
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
Publication date: 04/28/1998
Pages: 940
Product dimensions: 6.70(w) x 10.00(h) x 2.70(d)

Table of Contents

Volume 1: Natural Waters. Natural waters: anions. Chloride. Bromide. Natural waters: cations. Ammonium. Aluminium. Natural waters: elemental analysis. Organic nitrogen. Halogens. Natural waters: miscellaneous determinands. Suspended solids. Electrical conductivity and pH. Natural waters: organics. Aliphatic hydrocarbons. Aromatic hydrocarbons. Natural waters: organometallic compounds. Organoarsenic compounds. Organoantimony compounds. Natural waters: oxygen demand parameters. Chemical oxygen demand. Total oxygen demand. Natural waters: dissolved gases. Dissolved oxygen. Carbon dioxide. Natural waters. Radioactive elements. Naturally occurring radioIsotopes. Carbon-14.9./2. Lead-214 and bismuth-214. Aqueous precipitation. Rain water. Anions, Cations. Estuary waters. Anions. Cations. Appendix. Standard UK and US methods of natural water analysis. Index.
Volume 2: Treated Waters. Potable waters. Anions. Cations. Waste waters. Anions. Cations. Sewage effluents. Anions. Cations. Trade effluents. Anions. Cations. Miscellaneous waters. Mineral waters. Anions. Cations. Appendix. Standard UK and US methods of water analysis. Index.

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Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Oh god, why.