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Environmental degradation and transformation of organic chemicals

Alasdair H. Neilson

Environmental degradation and transformation of organic chemicals

by Alasdair H. Neilson

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Published by Taylor & Francis in Boca Raton .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Aquatic organisms -- Effect of water pollution on,
  • Organic water pollutants -- Environmental aspects

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlasdair H. Neilson and Ann-Sofie Allard.
    ContributionsAllard, Ann-Sofie., Neilson, Alasdair H.
    Classifications
    LC ClassificationsQH545.W3 N45 2008
    The Physical Object
    Paginationp. cm.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL17872089M
    ISBN 109780849372414
    LC Control Number2007012219

    book Microbial transformation and degradation of toxic organic chemicals Lily Y Young, Carl E Cerniglia Published in in New York NY) by Wiley-LissCited by: Microbial Transformation and Degradation of Toxic Organic Chemicals and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at - Microbial Transformation and Degradation of Toxic Organic Chemicals - AbeBooks.

    small library of books in Arabic on the subject of Biochemistry. In future editions, I hope the authors will update methods and choose a more functional approach to practicals in Biochemistry. R A L Bayoumi PII: S(98) Microbial Transformations and Degradation of Toxic Organic ChemicalsAuthor: R.A.L. Bayoumi. Chemical degradation, a subset of biodegradation, may involve a number of chemical reaction steps depending on the environmental conditions and the chemical structure (Khetan and Collins ). Chemical degradation processes include hydrolysis, photochemical transformations, and the action of microbial species (Khetan and Collins).Cited by: 1.

    The OECD Guidelines for the Testing of Chemicals is a collection of about of the most relevant internationally agreed testing methods used by government, industry and independent laboratories to identify and characterise potential hazards of chemicals. They are a set of tools for professionals, used primarily in regulatory safety testing and subsequent chemical and chemical . This Test Guideline describes a laboratory test method to assess aerobic and anaerobic transformation of organic chemicals in aquatic sediment systems. The method permits the measurement of (i) the transformation rate of the test substance in a water-sediment system and in the sediment (ii) the mineralisation rate of the test substance and/or.


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Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Environmental Degradation and Transformation of Organic Chemicals examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic and microbiological reactions mediated by by: Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Environmental Degradation and Transformation of Organic Chemicals examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic and microbiological reactions mediated by : Alasdair H.

Neilson, Ann-Sofie Allard. Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Organic Chemicals in the Environment: Mechanisms of Degradation and Transformation, Second Edition examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic and microbiological reactions mediated by microorganisms.

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Description of the book "Environmental Degradation and Transformation of Organic Chemicals": Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, "Environmental Degradation and Transformation of Organic Chemicals" examines a wide range of compounds as well as.

Degradation and Transformation of Organic Fluorine Compounds Alasdair n1 Ann-Sofie Allard2 1 Swedish Environmental Research Institute Limited,Stockholm,Sweden E-mail:n. An overview is given of the degradation and transformation of organic fluorine compounds by aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, yeasts, and fungi.

Representatives of the major structural types of aliphatic, aromatic carbocyclic and heterocyclic compounds are included and a mechanistic view of the enzymology has been given where by: 8.

An overview is given of the degradation and transformation of organic fluorine compounds by aerobic and anaerobic bacteria, yeasts, and fungi. Representatives of the major structural types of aliphatic, aromatic carbocyclic and heterocyclic compounds.

Assessing Organic Chemicals in the Environment 4. What is This Book All About. Bibliography Part I Background Knowledge 2 Background Knowledge on Organic Chemicals The Makeup of Organic Compounds Intermolecular Forces between Uncharged Molecules Questions and Problems Bibliography Description of the book "Organic Chemicals in the Environment: Mechanisms of Degradation and Transformation": Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Organic Chemicals in the Environment: Mechanisms of Degradation and Transformation, Second Edition examines a wide range of compounds.

Abstract. The major groups of organic pollutants, the principal reactions for their degradation or transformation require (1) the knowledge of the type of pollutants and (2) the reactivity of the pollutants so that the design of the relevant method to remove the pollutants from the environment can be achieved.

Advanced oxidation processes (AOPs) always rely on the generation of inorganic radicals (e.g., HO) for contaminantwe report a novel AOP, i.e., Co 3 O 4 /peracetic acid (PAA) to degrade contaminants with organic radicals at neutral pH.

Using orange G (OG) as a representative, studies show that Co 3 O 4 can effectively activate PAA to promote rapid degradation.

Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Organic Chemicals in the Environment: Mechanisms of Degradation and Transformation, Second Edition examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic and microbiological reactions mediated by microorganisms.

- provide feedback on new & existing chemistry • Internal requests, updates to existing knowledge - general maintenance-investigation of primary literature - specialised degradation chemistry books • Strategic decision (e.g. cover a new reaction type) 0. New knowledge.

Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, this book examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic It emphasizes the pathways used and the broad classes of enzymes involved.

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Book reviews Alasdair H. Neilson and Ann-Sofie Allard, Organic chemicals in the environment. Mechanisms of degradation and transformation 2nd edition, Boca Raton, FL, USA, CRC Press,pp., £ (hardback), ISBN Cited by: 1. Book: Microbial transformation and degradation of toxic organic chemicals.

+ pp. Abstract: This book begins with the issues of microbial versatility and the types of chemical contamination of the environment. Boca Raton: CRC Press. – – p. Addressing the persistent environmental threat of organic chemicals with a fresh approach to degradation and transformation processes, Environmental Degradation and Transformation of Organic Chemicals examines a wide range of compounds as well as abiotic and microbiological reactions mediated by.

Pesticide Degradation Mechanisms and Environmental Activation. Abstract. Pesticides are degraded by many different mechanisms. Physical, chemical, and biological agents play. significant roles in the transformation of insecticide, herbicide, and fungicide molecules to various.

degradation by:. Environmental Science: Water Research & Technology Transformation and degradation of recalcitrant organic matter in membrane bioreactor leachate effluent by the O 3 /H 2 O 2 process † Zhepei Gu, a Weiming Chen, a Fan Wang a and Qibin Li * aAuthor: Zhepei Gu, Weiming Chen, Fan Wang, Qibin Li.These phytotechnologies are based on plants remarkable absorption, transportation and metabolic capabilities that allow to uptake and transform environmental organic pollutants into nontoxic compounds or carry out their complete mineralization.

Uptake of organic pollutants may occur through roots and by: 6.Microbial transformation and degradation of toxic organic chemicals Lily Y. Young and Carl E.

Cerniglia, Wiley‐Liss Inc., New York, NY, (), pages,[ISBN No Author: Edward J. St. Martin.