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Title:
Groundwater chemicals desk reference
Author:
Montgomery, John H. (John Harold), 1955-
Edition:
Third edition.
Publication Information:
Boca Raton : CRC Lewis Publishers, [2000]

©2000
Physical Description:
xxxv, 1345 pages : illustrations ; 26 cm
Language:
English
ISBN:
9781566704984
Format :
Book

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Central Library TD426 .M66 2000 Adult Non-Fiction Non-Fiction Area-Reference
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Summary

Summary

The latest edition of the bestselling Groundwater Chemicals Desk Reference has been thoroughly updated and expanded. In addition to information concerning the environmental fate and transport in various media, organic priority pollutants and chemicals commonly found in the workplace and the environment, it includes toxicity information for mammals and aquatic species in a clear, consistent format.


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Montgomery has included information in this book about more than 400 chemicals found in groundwater, the unsaturated zone, and the workplace. Environmental consultants, government agencies, industrial hygienists, and people in real estate and insurance will benefit from the material. Information includes synonyms, chemical designations, chemical and physical properties, fire hazard data, uses, transformation products, symptoms, and exposure limits. This field guide complements Montgomery's 1989 Groundwater Chemicals Desk Reference (CH, Jul'90), which covers only 138 chemicals, but with more information about each, and with references for each listing. The two books have basically the same audience, but as the titles say, one is for the office, and one is for the road. The entries two to three per page are clearly presented and the material is concisely covered. Useful with or without Montgomery's desk reference volume.-P. Miller, New Hampshire Technical College, Laconia


Table of Contents

Conversion Formulas between Various Concentration Units
Conversion Factors
U. S. EPA Approved Test Methods
Typical Bulk Density Values of Selected Soils and Rocks
Ranges of Porosity Values of Selected Soils and Rocks
Aqueous Solubility Data of Miscellaneous Organic Compounds
Henry's Law Constants of Inorganic and Organic Substances
Organic Compounds Detected in Water-Soluble Fractions of Regular Gasoline
Super Gasoline
Gasohol, and Four Middle Distillate Fuels
Concentrations

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