International scientists offer crucial reviews concerned with the environmental chemistry and toxicity of oxidants and their role in pollution control. This volume deals with various methods used in sampling and analyzing gaseous contaminants in the atmosphere, with an emphasis on understanding the chemical and physical processes that take place. This study evaluates the condition of current measurement technology, profiles current research results, and outlines the research challenges that lie ahead in this field. Additionally, the book provides an authoritative overview of the sources, occurrences and characterization of Volatile Organic Compounds (VOCs) in indoor environments.
Henry's Law Constants of Soluble and Moderately Soluble Organic Gases: Effects on Aqueous Phase Chemistry (E. Betterton).
Sampling and Analysis for Ambient Oxides of Nitrogen and Related Species (J. Sickles).
The Application of Denuder Systems to the Analysis of Atmospheric Components (J. Slanina, et al.).
Gas Phase Organics in the Marine Atmosphere (J. Marty & E. Jalliffier-Merlon).
Atmospheric Distribution and Sources of Nonmethane Hydrocarbons (H. Singh & P. Zimmerman).
The Chemistry of Atmospheric Hydrogen Peroxide in Southern California (H. Sakugawa & I. Kaplan).
Air Pollution by Gaseous Pollutants in Athens, Greece (L. Viras & P. Siskos).
Chemical Mechanisms and Process Parameters of Flue Gas Cleaning by Electron Beam (H. Matzing & H.-R.
Volatile Organics in the Indoor Environment: Sources and Occurrence (R. Otson & P. Fellin).
Thoron and Its Progeny in the Atmospheric Environment (S. Schery & D. Grumm).
Advanced Methods for the Evolution of Atmospheric Pollutants Relevant to Photochemical Smog and Dry Acid Deposition (P. Ciccioli & A. Cecinato).
Series: Advances in Environmental Science and Technology
Number Of Pages: 560
Published: 17th March 1992
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 24.1 x 16.1
Edition Number: 1