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Principles of Environmental Chemistry.

Principles Of Environmental Chemistry

James E. Girard

Jones & Bartlett Publishers

40 Tall Pine Drive, Sudbury, MA 01776

0763724718 $87.95

Principles Of Environmental Chemistry is a student-friendly textbook that focuses upon the chemical foundations of environmental science. Including analytical techniques and methods used to measure pollutants in the environment, worked-out, in-chapter problems and problem sets at the end of each chapter, chapters on fossil fuels, nuclear energy, and renewable energy such as hydrogen fuel cells, an appendix with a helpful review of organic chemistry, and so much more, Principles Of Environmental Chemistry is a superb resource for intermediate to advanced coursework or self-study. Extensive black-and-white illustrations and chemical equations help to crystalize the examples given in this solid and readily understandable instructional resource.
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