Chemical Modeling in Aqueous Systems. Speciation, Sorption, by Everett A. (ed.) Jenne

By Everett A. (ed.) Jenne

content material: Chemical modeling : objectives, difficulties, ways, and priorities / Everett A. Jenne --
Sulfur speciations and redox methods in decreasing environments / Jacques Boulegue and Gil Michard --
Redox equilibria of iron in acid mine waters / Darrell Kirk Nordstrom, Everett A. Jenne, and James W. Ball --
impression of redox environments at the mobility of arsenic in floor water / J. Gulens, D.R. Champ, and R.E. Jackson --
resolution thermochemistry of humic components : acid-base equilibria of river water humic ingredients / E.M. Perdue --
Conditional balance constants for copper ions with ligands in normal waters / consistent M.G. Van Den Berg and James R. Kramer --
Ion trade on humic fabrics : a standard answer method / Joseph P. Frizado --
Chemical speciation of copper in river water : impression of overall copper, pH, carbonate, and dissolved natural topic / William G. Sunda and Peter J. Hanson --
Nickel complexes with soil microbial metabolites : mobility and speciation in soils / R.E. Wildung, T.R. Garland, and H. Drucker --
balance floor suggestion : a quantitative version for complexation in multiligand combos / Patrick Mac Carthy and Garon C. Smith --
Applicability of the neighborhood equilibrium assumption to move via soils of solutes suffering from ion trade / Ronald V. James and Jacob Rubin --
Adsorption of lead from answer at the quartz- and feldspar-containing silt fraction of a average streambed sediment / David W. Brown --
Oceanic elemental scavenging / Peter G. Brewer and Wei Min Hao --
floor of goethite ([alpha]FeOOH) in seawater / Laurie Balistrieri and James W. Murray --
Speciation of adsorbed ions on the oxide/water interface / James A. Davis and James O. Leckie --
severe overview of plutonium equilibria of environmental problem / Jess M. Cleveland --
envisioned unfastened energies of formation, water solubilities, and balance fields for schuetteite (Hg₃O₂SO₄) and corderoite (Hg₃S₂Cl₂) at 298 okay / George A. Parks and Darrell Kirk Nordstrom --
suggestions of estimating thermodynamic houses for a few aqueous complexes of geochemical curiosity / Donald Langmuir --
severe evaluation of the equilibrium constants for kaolinite and sepiolite / R.L. Bassett, Y.K. Kharaka, and D. Langmuir --
Ion trade and mineral balance : are the reactions associated or separate? / J.A. Kittrick --
Silica obvious solubilities and charges of dissolution and precipitation for ca. 25 universal minerals at 1°-2°C, pH 7.5-8.5 in seawater / David C. Hurd, Charles Fraley, and James ok. Fugate --
Dissolution kinetics of silicate rocks : program to solute modeling / paintings F. White and Hans C. Claassen --
Calcium phosphates : speciation, solubility, and kinetic concerns / G.H. Nancollas, Z. Amjad, and P. Koutsoukos --
Chemistry of calcium carbonate within the deep oceans / John W. Morse and Robert C. Berner --
serious evaluation of the kinetics of calcite dissolution and precipitation / L.N. Plummer, D.L. Parkhurst, and T.M.L. Wigley --
hint steel bioavailability : modeling chemical and organic interactions of sediment-bound zinc / S.N. Luoma and G.W. Bryan --
impact of the physicochemical kind of hint metals on their accumulation via bivalve molluscs / Florence L. Harrison --
Relationships of actions of metal-ligand species to aquatic toxicity / V.R. Magnuson, D.K. Harriss, M.S. sunlight, D.K. Taylor, and G.E. Glass --
serious overview of the connection among organic thermodynamic and electrochemical availability / M. Whitfield and D.R. Turner --
Equilibrium chemistry of heavy metals in targeted electrolyte resolution / Abraham E. Van Luik and Jerome J. Jurinak --
Heterogeneous interactions of arsenic in aquatic structures / Thomas R. Holm, Marc A. Anderson, Dennis G. Iverson, and Robert S. Stanforth --
Distribution, delivery, adsorption, and precipitation of inorganic phosphorus within the Genesee River / M.M. Reddy --
Equilibrium, kinetic, and chromatographic controls of the answer composition got through the in situ leaching of a uranium orebody / R.W. Potter, II, J.M. Thompson, M.A. Clynne, and V.L. Thurmond --
software of geochemical kinetic facts to ground-water platforms / A tuffaceous-rock procedure in southern Nevada --
Hans C. Claassen and paintings F. White --
A initial complete version for the chemistry of sulfidic marine sediments / Leonard Rorert Gardner --
WATEQ2 : a automatic chemical version for hint and significant aspect speciation and mineral equilibria of traditional waters / James W. Ball, Everett A. Jenne, and Darrell Kirk Nordstrom --
Chemical modeling of hint steel equilibria in infected soil ideas utilizing the pc software GEOCHEM / Shas V. Mattigod and Garrison Sposito --
A comparability of automatic chemical types for equilibrium calculations in aqueous platforms / D.K. Nordstrom, L.N. Plummer, T.M.L. Wigley, T.J. Wolery, J.W. Ball, E.A. Jenne, R.L. Bassett, D.A. Crerar, T.M. Florence, B. Fritz, M. Hoffman, G.R. Holdren, Jr., G.M. Lafon, S.V. Mattigod, R.E. McDuff, F. Morel, M.M. Reddy, G. Sposito, and J. Thrailkill.

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ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1979. Sulfur Speciations and Redox Processes 2. BOULEGUE AND MICHARD 43 Computer s i m u l a t i o n o f t h e w e a t h e r i n g o f a p y r i t e r i c h sand­ stone. ( i ) I n i t i a l c o n d i t i o n s . The i n i t i a l m i n e r a l a s s e m b l a g e r e p r e ­ s e n t s a p y r i t e r i c h s a n d s t o n e : ( i n mol %) q u a r t z = 80, o r t h o c l a s e = 6, k a o l i n = 2, c a l c i t e = 6, d o l o m i t e = 3, p y r i t e = 3.

Eh vs. pH in H 18 and Ο 5 springs. Eh is expressed in mV/(H /H ). The experimental points have been linked by a continuous curve. The dashed lines correspond to the Eh-pH relations in the H S-S -HoO system for different log%\H S\ =xat 343 Κ (5). ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1979. 2 L a b o r a t o r y e x p e r i m e n t s (1_5,1_6,1_7) have shown t h a t p o l y s u l f i d e i o n s a r e s t a b l e i n t h e H2S-S8-H2Û s y s t e m even a t v e r y l o w s u l f i d e c o n c e n t r a t i o n s ( a b o u t 1-0" - 1 0 " M, ( 1_7) ).

Evolution of the molality of characteristic species as a function of ξ. Other definitions are similar to Figure 14. ; ACS Symposium Series; American Chemical Society: Washington, DC, 1979. 2. BOULEGUE A N D MICHARD FeS + S 2 Sulfur Speciations and Redox Processes * FeS 2 + 47 (8) S ^ . E l e m e n t a l s u l f u r , i n t h e f o r m o f h i g h l y r e a c t i v e c o l l o i d C20], c a n be t h e n u c l e u s o f a d d i t i o n a l p y r i t e r e f o r m a t i o n f o l l o w i n g p o l y s u l ­ f i d e f o r m a t i o n on t h e s u r f a c e o f t h e c o l l o i d a l p a r t i c l e s and r e a c t i o n w i t h F e ^ a s shown by K r i b e k ( 2 9 ) .

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