Chemistry for environmental engineering and science by Clair Sawyer, Perry McCarty, Gene Parkin
By Clair Sawyer, Perry McCarty, Gene Parkin
This can be the definitive textual content in a industry which includes senior and graduate environmental engineering scholars who're taking a chemistry path. The textual content is split right into a chemistry basics part and a piece on water and wastewater research. during this re-creation, the authors have retained the thorough, but concise, assurance of easy chemical ideas from basic, actual, equilibrium, natural, biochemistry, colloid, and nuclear chemistry. moreover, the authors have retained their vintage two-fold technique of (1) concentrating on the points of chemistry which are really worthy for fixing environmental difficulties, and (2) laying the basis for figuring out water and wastewater analysis-a primary foundation of environmental engineering perform and learn
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Unfortunately, the activity coefficient is not usually an easy number to determine with precision. Although numerical calculations from equilibrium relationships may be in error if actual concentrations are used in place of activities, the error is not very great for dilute aqueous solutions. Also, a high degree of precision is seldom required in equilibrium analytical computations. For this reason, activity coefficients will in general be assumed to be unity for equilibrium calculations in this book.
33) [NH3j The concentration of water was not included in Eq. 33) for the reason discussed in Sec. 12. Tables giving ionization constants of weak acids, bases, and salts may be found in the usual handbooks and many textbooks of quantitative analysis or physical chemistry. to enoughdistilled water to make 1 ¡iter of solution, what will be the acetate ion concentration? 05 M. 27 X 10"4'mol/L. 85 percent ionized. ^-0£;j^<*-mo^^ Complex Ions Complex ions consist of one or more central ions (usually metals) that are associated with one or more ions or molecules (called ligands) which act to stabilize the central ion and keep it in solution.
These are considered in greater detail m Chaps. 3 and 4. "F. M. M. Morel and J. Q. Hering, "Principles and Applications of Aquatic Chemistry," Wiley, New York, 1993. D. Mackay, Finding Fugacity Feasible, Env. Sei. , 13: 1218-1223 (1979). 6 R. P. Schwarzenbach, P. M. Gschwend, and D. M. " 3 CHAPTER 2 Basic Concepts from General Chemistry Ionization The theory of ionization stems from a doctoral dissertation completed by Svante Arrhenius in 1887. According to the original theory of Airhenius, all acids, bases, and salts dissociate into ions when placed in solution in water.