A Laboratory Manual for Environmental Chemistry

A Laboratory Manual for Environmental Chemistry
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A Laboratory Manual for Environmental Chemistry

Publisher: IK International
ISBN: 9788190746250
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A Laboratory Manual for Environmental Chemistry by R Gopalan, Amirtha Anand And R Wilgred Sugumar
Book Summary:

The present book is meant for the students who opt for a course in “Environmental Chemistry” with laboratory work as a component of the course. Spread in 72 experiments the analyses of soil, water and air have been described in a simple manner so that most of these experiments can be conducted even by the beginners in this subject. The principles involved, preparation of the reagents and the procedures are described for each experimental method.

Audience of the Book :

This manual would prove to be useful in laboratories where soil, water and air are routinely tested.

Key Features:

The main features of the book are as follows:

1.Includes appendices explaining different units, classifications, guidelines of Bureau of Indian Standards, values, formulae, etc.

2.Every experiment is discussed in the following sequence: principle, reagents, procedure and calculation.

Table of Contents:

1. Principles of Spectrometric Analysis
2. Sampling Techniques
3. Colour
4. Turbidity
5. Total Dissolved Solids
6. Conductance
7. pH Value
8. Acidity
9. Alkalinity
10. Dissolved Oxygen
11. Chemical Oxygen Demand
12. Biochemical Oxygen Demand
13. Dissolved Organic Carbon
14. Calcium Hardness of Water
15. Total Hardness of Water
16. Nitrite Nitrogen
17. Nitrate Nitrogen (Brucine Method)
18. Ammonia Nitrogen
19. Fluoride
20. Fluoride in Drinking Water (By Fluoride Electrode)
21. Chloride
22. Residual Chlorine
23. Sulphide
24. Sulphite
25. Sulphate
26. Phosphate
27. Iron
28. Chromium
29. Copper
30. Lead
31. Nickel
32. Cadmium
33. Mercury
34. Cyanides
35. Boron
36. Selenium
37. Arsenic
38. Suspended Solids
39. Determination of Chlorophyll
40. Determination of Productivity
41. Collection of Soil Samples
42. pH Value
43. Soluble Salts
44. Identification of Calcium Carbonate, Nitrogen, Phosphorus and Potassium
45. Calcium Carbonate
46. Gypsum Requirement
47. Lime Requirement
48. Alkalinity
49. Organic Carbon
50. Total Nitrogen
51. Available Nitrogen
52. Ammonium Nitrogen
53. Nitrate Nitrogen
54. Nitrite Nitrogen
55. Available Phosphorus
56. Available Sulphur
57. Silica
58. Available Potassium
59. Sodium
60. Calcium and Magnesium
61. Micronutrient Elements
62. Pesticide Residues
63. Separation and Identification of Pesticide Residues from the Soil
64. Qualitative Analysis of CO, CO2, H2S, SO2, NO and NO2 
65. Carbon Monoxide
66. Carbon Dioxide
67. Hydrogen Sulphide
68. Sulphur Dioxide
69. Nitric Oxide and Nitrogen Dioxide
70. Particulates
71. Calcium in Egg Shells
72. Effect of pH on Germination of Seeds
73. Effect of Copper Salt on Germination of Seeds
74. Phosphate in Detergents
75. Benzoic Acid and Sorbic Acid in Soft Drinks
76. Sulphur Dioxide in Soft Drinks
77. Identification of Food Adulterants