9 edition of Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances found in the catalog.
April 9, 2007
Written in English
|Contributions||Klaus Günter Steinhäuser (Foreword)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||258|
Microbial biodegradation is the use of bioremediation and biotransformation methods to harness the naturally occurring ability of microbial xenobiotic metabolism to degrade, transform or accumulate environmental pollutants, including hydrocarbons (e.g. oil), polychlorinated biphenyls (PCBs), polyaromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs), heterocyclic compounds (such as pyridine or quinoline. This chapter will discuss the degradation of that organic material by heterotrophic microbes. These two processes are large parts of the natural carbon cycle. Nearly all of the gigatons of carbon dioxide fixed each year into organic material by primary producers is returned back to the atmosphere by heterotrophic microbes, macroscopic animalsFile Size: KB.
Pitts [1, 2]. Photo-degradation of organic substances is the subject of Chapter 2. The subject of interest to environmental chemists and administrators is the capacity of solar radiation to degrade, destroy and ﬁ nally eliminate man-made chemical substances from the atmosphere. Atmospheric . The degradation of the compound isoprene strongly affects global atmospheric chemistry, yet we are ignorant of critical factors controlling its reaction pathways in the atmosphere. This laboratory project collects key information about the reactions of unstable molecules produced in the degradation of -Project Director Chhuji Wang Pysics Department, Mississippi State .
In this study, an electrochemically self-doped WO 3 /TiO 2 nanotubes (R-WO 3 /TNTs) composite film was developed for the photocatalytic degradation of waste gas. The doping of oxygen vacancies (OVs) into the heterojunction of WO 3 /TNTs was conducted by a simple electrochemical approach, by which the quantity and distribution of OVs on surface as well as bulk were tailored with respect to the Cited by: 6. Plants act as both global sources and sinks of highly reactive volatile organic compounds (VOCs). Models typically treat the uptake and degradation of these compounds as if they are mostly unreactive, like other more commonly studied biogenic gases such as ozone. A study by Karl et al. (p. , published online 21 October) suggests that VOCs may be more reactive than by:
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Klopffer / Wagner: Atmosperic Degradation of Organic Substances (X) "This book is an important publication at the right time. It provides a valuable compilation of existing data and, at the same time, points out the need for more and innovative research in the field of atmospheric reactivity of organic chemicals.
The book Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances contains a concise and understandable scientific presentation of the various mechanisms that contribute to the photochemical degradation of organic molecules in the troposphere, their kinetics and the variables that influence the efficacy of the degradation processes.
Photo. Burkhard O. Wagner We are happy and proud to announce that our book 'Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances - Data for Persistence and Long-range Transport. Feature: Persistence — Book Review; Published: 31 July ; Atmospheric degradation of organic substances data for persistence and long-range transport potential.
Handbook/reference book with a foreword by K.-G. Steinhäuser. Walter Klöpffer, Burkhard Wagner & Martin ScheringerCited by: Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Photo‐degradation in the Homogenous Gas Phase of the Troposphere Indirect Photochemical Reactions The Reaction with OH‐Radicals Sources a Abiotic Degradation in the Atmosphere - Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances - Wiley Online Library.
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Volatile organic compounds at a rural site in western Senegal. Journal of Atmospheric ChemistryDOI: /s Bo Long, Ming-qiang Huang, Zhen-ya Wang, Wei-jun Zhang. Theoretical Studies on the Kinetics and Mechanisms of Reactions for Methyl Vinyl Ether and by: Atmospheric degradation of HCFOzd(E) initiated by OH radical, Cl atom and O3 molecule: Kinetics, reaction mechanisms and implications.
Journal of Fluorine Chemistry, DOI: /emCited by: Volatile Organic Compounds in the Atmosphere describes the current state of knowledge of the chemistry of VOCs as well as the methods and techniques to analyse gaseous and particulate organic compounds in the atmosphere.
The aim is to provide an authoritative review to address the needs of both graduate students and active researchers in the field of atmospheric chemistry research.
Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances by Walter Klöpffer OverDrive (Rakuten OverDrive): eBooks, audiobooks and videos for libraries This compilation on the degradation of 1, commercially important chemical products is the first publication to make this knowledge publicly accessible in one book.
an overview of biodegradation of organic pollut ants International Journal of Scientific and Innovative Research ; 4(1) P-IS SNE- I SSN Organic compounds can represent up to 60% of the tropospheric aerosol mass formed through biogenic or anthropogenic activities.
Secondary organic aerosols (SOA) consist of low‐volatile organic compounds that are products of oxidation of volatile organic compounds (VOC) by atmospheric oxidants [ Schuetzle et al., ; Cronn et al., ; Grosjean and Friedlander, ].Cited by: Atmospheric Half‐lives. Selection of Substances. Quality Index (QI) Temperature Dependence of the Rate Constant.
Pressure Dependence of the Rate Constant. Direct Photolysis. Table: Reaction Rate Constants and Quantum Efficiencies for Atmospheric Photo‐degradation of Chemicals. Footnotes to the Table. References to the Table. The atmospheric degradation caused due to the emissions of volatile organic compounds (VOC) was discussed.
The major classes of emitted VOC were alkanes, alkenes, aromatic hydrocarbons, and. Tropospheric degradation of volatile organic compounds 93 If not already considered, the degradation of the For HOCHZCHz0, reaction with Oz and thermal product carboxylic acids and carbonyl compounds decomposition have been shown to be in competition formed from these reactions is treated, as described at room temperature (Niki et al., Cited by: 4.
Degradation of organic compounds in aqueous solutions induced by photolysis of Fe(III)-hydroxy complexes. Early in the s, the photo-oxidation of organic compounds in aqueous acidic solutions containing Fe(III)-hydroxy complexes with UV-light radiation was investigated Bates and Uri,Baxendale and Magee, Cited by: Degradation of organic compounds and production of activated species in Dielectric Barrier Discharges and Glidarc reactors.
Cormier, O. Aubry, A. Khacef GREMI - Polytech'Orleans, 14 rue d'Issoudun, BPOrléans Cedex 2, France Abstract Major sterilization mechanisms are related to atoms and radicals, charged parti-Cited by: 2.
Microbial Degradation of Organic Compounds (Microbiology) 1st Edition. by David T. Gibson (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book. Author: David T. Gibson. This compilation on the degradation of 1, commercially important chemical products is the first publication to make this knowledge publicly accessible in one book.
The data and annotations have been painstakingly assembled over a year period. Microbiological degradation of atmospheric organic compounds Parisa A. Ariya,1 Oleg Nepotchatykh,1 Olga Ignatova,1 and Marc Amyot2 Received 10 June ; revised 16 July ; accepted 16 August ; published 29 November  Until now, aerosol transformation was assumed to be via chemical or physical processes.
Here we presentCited by:. Humic substances have been seen to enhance the degradation of organic compounds by promoting photo‐Fenton reactions [Fukushima and Tatsumi, ; Xu et al., ; Zhan et al., ], for example, enhancing the degree of pentachlorophenol degradation from 40% after 5 h of irradiation to more than 90% with added humic acid [Fukushima and Cited by: Book January Spain under the Atmospheric Degradation of These nitrogen containing compounds also contribute to the formation of light absorbing organic compounds in atmospheric.Klopffer / Wagner: Atmosperic Degradation of Organic Substances (X) "This book is an important publication at the right time.
It provides a valuable compilation of existing data and, at the same time, points out the need for more and innovative research in .