Mineral-water interfacial reactions : kinetics and mechanisms /

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Imprint:Washington, DC : American Chemical Society ; [New York, N.Y.] : Distributed by Oxford University Press, c1998.
Description:x, 438 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Series:ACS symposium series 715
Subject:Water chemistry -- Congresses.
Geochemistry -- Congresses.
Surface chemistry -- Congresses.
Solid-liquid interfaces -- Congresses.
Solid-liquid interfaces.
Surface chemistry.
Water chemistry.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Format: Print Book
URL for this record:http://pi.lib.uchicago.edu/1001/cat/bib/4286405
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Other authors / contributors:Sparks, Donald L., 1953- Ph. D.
Grundl, Timothy J., 1953-
American Chemical Society. Division of Geochemistry.
American Chemical Society. Meeting (213th : 1997 : San Francisco, Calif.)
Notes:Developed from a symposium sponsored by the Division of Geochemistry at the 213th National Meeting of the American Chemical Society, San Francisco, Calif., Apr. 13-17, 1997.
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Table of Contents:
  • Introduction
  • Sorption of Inorganic Species
  • 7. Kinetics and Mechanisms of Metal Sorption at the Mineral-Water Interface
  • 8. Evaluation of Oxyanion Adsorption Mechanisms on Oxides Using FTIR Spectroscopy and Electrophoretic Mobility
  • 9. Kinetics and Reversibility of Radiocesium Sorption on Illite and Sediments Containing Illite
  • Sorption of Organic Species
  • 10. A Revised Concept of Natural Organic Matter as a Sorbent of Organic Compounds
  • 11. A Three-Domain Model for Sorption and Desorption of Organic Contaminants by Soils and Sediments
  • Precipitation and Dissolution
  • 12. Interfacial Kinetics Through the Lens of Solution Chemistry: Hydrolytic Processes at Oxide Mineral Surfaces
  • 13. Reactivity of Dissolved Mn(III) Complexes and Mn(IV) Species with Reductants: Mn Redox Chemistry Without a Dissolution Step?
  • 1. Kinetics and Mechanisms of Reactions at the Mineral-Water Interface: An Overview
  • Heterogeneous Electron Transfer
  • 14. Degradations of Tetraphenylboron at Hydrated Smectite Surfaces Studied by Time Resolved IR and X-ray Absorption Spectroscopies
  • 15. The Role of Oxides in Reduction Reactions at the Metal-Water Interface
  • 16. The Reduction of Aqueous Metal Species on the Surfaces of Fe(II)-Containing Oxides: The Role of Surface Passivation
  • 17. Pollutant Reduction in Heterogeneous Fe(II)-Fe(III) Systems
  • 18. Auto-Inhibition of Oxide Mineral Reductive Capacity Toward Co(II)EDTA
  • Photochemical and Microbially Mediated Processes
  • 19. Adsorption and Sensitization Effects in Photocatalytic Degradation of Trace Contaminants
  • 20. Microbially Mediated Oxidative Precipitation Reactions
  • Spectroscopic-Microscopic Techniques
  • 2. Use of X-ray Absorption Spectroscopy to Study Reaction Mechanisms at Metal Oxide-Water Interfaces
  • 3. New Directions in Mineral Surface Geochemical Research Using Scanning Probe Microscopes
  • 4. Atomic Force Microscopy as a Tool for Studying the Reactivities of Environmental Particles
  • Digital Modeling
  • 5. From Molecular Structure to Ion Adsorption Modelling
  • 6. Interlayer Molecular Structure and Dynamics in Li-, Na-, and K-Montmorillonite-Water Systems