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Metals and their compoundsin the environment

occurrence, analysis, and biological relevance

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Published by VCH in Weinheim, Cambridge .
Written in English


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Statementedited by Ernest Merian.
ContributionsMerian, E.
The Physical Object
Pagination(1500)p. :
Number of Pages1500
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL22333378M
ISBN 10352726521X

Ernest Merian and Manfred Anke are the authors of Elements and their Compounds in the Environment: Occurrence, Analysis and Biological Relevance, Three-Volume Set, 2nd, Completely Revised and Enlarged Edition, published by Wiley. Metals and their compounds in the environment: occurrence, analysis and biological relevance. VCH New York. pp. has been cited by the following article.

Effective management of contaminants in the environment is a complex and challenging problem with worldwide ramifications. The Trace Metals and Other Contaminants in the Environment series deals with the identification, assessment and management of human and ecological risks associated with natural and human-derived contaminants in the environment. This 2nd edition book includes 65 chapters and is presented in 3 volumes. The first volume is composed of two parts. Part 1 deals with elemental distribution in the environment and consists of 12 chapters. Part 2, which includes 10 chapters, discusses the effects of elements in the food chain and human health. The second volume contains Part III (30 chapters) covering all metallic elements.

  A summary of data on heavy metal accumulation, biomonitoring, toxicity and tolerance, metal contamination and pollution in the environment, and the importance of biodiversity for environmental monitoring and cleanup of metal-contaminated and polluted ecosystems. It advocates the use of bacteria, mycorrhizae, freshwater algae, salt marshes, bryo- an. Heavy metals and their compounds in the environment are characterized by relatively high stability, solubility in atmospheric precipitation, and ability to be absorbed by soil and plants. They are accumulated in organisms, being toxic in any state for humans and animals with a .


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Metals and their compounds in the environment: occurrence, analysis, and biological relevance E. Merian, Thomas W. Clarkson VCH, - Science - pages. Part 1 General aspects: metals in natural raw materials, Karl Hans Wedepohl; production and processing of metals, Roger h et al; chemical processes in the environment, James and Werner Stumm; analytical chemistry of metals and metal compounds, Markus Stoeppler; metal concentrations in human body fluids and tissues, Ulrich Ewers and Arthur Brockhaus.

Section 1 includes 36 general contributions on the role of metals and their compounds in the environment, including problems related to waste, soils, and wildlife. Section 2 systematically describes the analytical chemistry (sources, speciation, transport), bioavailability, metabolic pathways and biological effects of 37 metals.

ISBN: X. Metals and their compounds in the environment: occurrence, analysis, and biological relevance. book Metals and their compounds in the environment: occurrence, analysis, and biological relevance Ernest Merian, Thomas W Clarkson Published in in Weinheim by VCHCited by: It also publishes academic books and conference proceedings.

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The Introduction summarizes and explores those properties of organometallic compounds that are relevant to their behaviour and impact in the natural environment. Subsequent chapters cover those elements whose organometallic derivatives are Format: Hardcover. Ernest Merian and Manfred Anke are the authors of Elements and their Compounds in the Environment: Occurrence, Analysis and Biological Relevance, Three-Volume Set, 2nd, Completely Revised and Enlarged Edition, published by Wiley.

Table of Contents. Metal Research Trends in the Environmental Field, Y.-S. Ho and M.I. El-Khaiary Toxicity and Sources of Pb, Cd, Hg, Cr, As, and Radionuclides in the Environment, G.M. Naja and B. Volesky Environmental Behavior and Effects of Engineered Metal and Metal Oxide Nanoparticles, B.

Nowack Heavy Metal Removal with Exopolysaccharide-Producing Cyanobacteria, R. De Philippis and. Environmental Science & Technology. Electrochemically Induced Oxidative Precipitation of Fe(II) for As(III) Oxidation and Removal in Synthetic Groundwater.

Langmuir. Electrochemistry on a Localized Surface Plasmon Resonance Sensor. Environmental Science & Technology. Influence of Rock Mineralogy on Reactive Fracture Evolution in Carbonate-Rich.

Elements and their Compounds in the Environment Ernest Merian, Manfred Anke, Milan Ihnat, Markus Stoeppler Since the last edition was published inthe 'Merian' has established itself as the standard reference on this topic, and remains unmatched in the breadth of material covered. Explain The Importance Of Metals And Their Compounds To Living Systems And Environment.

Well, being honest, any metal or non-metal compound can be harmful to the environment. Too much of a good thing can be bad. Yet, in small enough amounts, most compounds won't do anything to ecosystems.

but now we go to the middle of it. let's say you. The principal elements discussed are mercury, lead, tin and arsenic. Other organometallic compounds, including cadmium, antimony, selenium, germanium, manganese, copper and nickel, which occur in the environment less frequently and at lower concentrations are also discussed.

edition titled Metals and Their Compounds in the Environment followed relatively quickly in It was not unexpected that this edition sold very well over many years until it went out-of-print in Ernest Merian passed away in at the age of 75 while traveling to one of his many scientific conferences, but already realized.

Since the last edition was published inthe Merian has established itself as the standard reference on this topic, and remains unmatched in the breadth of material covered. This new edition has 20 % more pages while being more clearly and concisely structured.

New topical features are the focus on nutritional aspects and the coverage of further elements, including non-metals. The newly. Elements and their compounds in the environment Elements and their compounds in the environment Presentations Books Book Presentations Handbook of Green Chemistry and Technology Editors: Clark, James / MacOuarrie, Duncan Publisher: Blackwell Science Ltd (htto://~~ ; Hardback; pages; $; ISBN.

Purchase Heavy Metals in the Environment: Origin, Interaction and Remediation, Volume 6 - 1st Edition. Print Book & E-Book. ISBNVolume 2: Metals and Their Compounds Part III Metals and Their Compounds 1 Alkali Metals: Lithium, Sodium, Potassium, Rubidium, Cesium 2 The Alkaline Earths: Beryllium, Magnesium, Calcium, Strontium, Barium 3 Aluminium 4 Antimony 5 Bismuth 6 Cadmium 7 Chromium 8 The Copper group: Copper, Silver, Gold 9 Gallium 10 Germanium 11 Hafnium 12 Indium.

This book serves as a knowledge bank for researchers and graduate students in microbiology, chemistry, and environmental sciences, among others. It focuses on heavy metal in the environment and describes methodologies to immobilize and mobilize heavy metals.

It also provides case studies which may be of particular interest to persons in industry. This chapter reviews the latest progresses in the sensitive electrochemical detection of environmental pollutants (i.e., heavy metals, pesticides, herbicides, dye compounds, and pharmaceutical compounds) in environmental samples.

Select Chapter 9 - Emerging techniques for. This report gives a short description and examples of studies of the most toxic organic compounds in the environment.

Contamination by these compounds is a serious problem, because most of them.The Metal-Driven Biogeochemistry of Gaseous Compounds in the Environment is a vibrant research area based mainly on structural and microbial biology, inorganic biological chemistry, and .“This book is very well compiled and covers key information regarding small molecules that have an important impact in our environment.

Relevant information is supported by high-quality illustrations and figures, allowing the reader to follow discussions about mechanisms of action, structure and function of metal-active sites, biological cycles or electron pathways.

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