Textbook of Environmental Chemistry
Textbook of Environmental Chemistry by Balram Pani
This book comprises twenty chapters, in a logical sequence. It has been updated and intelligently approached to give a better understanding of the basic concepts and a thorough knowledge of the environment and its chemistry. All essential aspects of environmental chemistry have been covered in this book. The main objective of this book is to deal with principles and chemical reactions that govern the behavior of water, air, and soil environment
Audience of the Book :
|Textbook of Environmental Chemistry has been designed to provide fundamental knowledge of the principles related to environment and its chemistry so as to meet the challenging requirements of students as well as teachers of Environmental Sciences, Environmental Chemistry and Environmental Studies at graduate, postgraduate, polytechnic, and engineering levels at all Indian Universities. This book is also useful for the students and professors of general science.|
The main features of the book are as follows:
1.The book deals with principles and chemical reactions that govern the behaviour of water, air and soil environment.
2.The book emphasizes on the origin of various pollutants and their control.
3.It covers environmental impact, planning and laws to help readers understand how policies and plans are formulated to protect our environment.
4.Environmental pollution abatement engineering and technology has been discussed in-depth.
Table of Contents:
1. Our Environment and Its Chemistry
2. Fundamental Chemistry for Environment
3. Earth as a System
4. Biogeochemical Cycles
7. Atmospheric Chemistry
8. Air Pollution
9. Control of Air Pollution
10. Aquatic Chemistry
11. Water Pollution
12. Control of Water Pollution and Water Treatment
13. Soil Chemistry
14. Soil Pollution and Its Control
15. Noise Pollution and Its Control
16. Environmental Biochemistry
17. Polymers for Environment
18. Toxicology and Toxicological Chemistry
29. Green Chemistry
20. Conservation of Nature and Environmental Laws