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Title Aquatic redox chemistry / Paul G. Tratnyek, Timothy J. Grundl, Stefan B. Haderlein, editor[s] ; sponsored by the ACS Division of Environmental Chemistry and ACS Division of Geochemistry.
Imprint Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 2011.

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Description 1 online resource (1 volume).
Series ACS symposium series ; 1071.
ACS symposium series ; 1071.
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
English.
Print version record.
Subject Groundwater recharge -- Congresses.
Oxidation-reduction reaction -- Congresses.
Groundwater -- Carbon content -- Congresses.
Groundwater.
Oxidation-Reduction.
Genre Congress.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Conference papers and proceedings.
Contents 1. Introduction to aquatic redox chemistry / Timothy J. Grundl, Stefan Haderlein, James T. Nurmi, and Paul G. Tratnyek -- 2. Thermodynamic redox calculations for one and two electron transfer steps: implications for halide oxidation and halogen environmental cycling / George W. Luther, III -- 3. One-electron reduction potentials from chemical structure theory calculations / Eric J. Bylaska, Alexandra J. Salter-Blanc, and Paul G. Tratnyek -- 4. Thermodynamic control on terminal electron transfer and methanogenesis / Christian Blodau -- 5. Redox chemistry and natural organic matter (NOM): geochemists' dream, analytical chemists' nightmare / Donald L. Macalady and Katherine Walton-Day -- 6. Electron shuttling by natural organic matter: twenty years after / Garrison Sposito -- 7. Electrochemistry of natural organic matter / James T. Nurmi and Paul G. Tratnyek -- 8. Pathways contributing to the formation and decay of ferrous iron in sunlit natural waters / Shikha Garg, Andrew L. Rose, and T. David Waite -- 9. The role of iron coordination in the production of reactive oxidants from ferrous iron oxidation by oxygen and hydrogen peroxide / Christina Keenan Remucal and David L. Sedlak -- 10. TiO2 photocatalysis for the redox conversion of aquatic pollutants / Jaesang Lee, Jungwon Kim, and Wonyong Choi -- 11. Chlorine based oxidants for water purification and disinfection / Gregory V. Korshin -- 12. Remediation of chemically-contaminated waters using sulfate radical reactions: kinetic studies / Stephen P. Mezyk, Kimberly A. Rickman, Garrett McKay, Charlotte M. Hirsch, Xuexiang He, and Dionysios D. Dionysiou -- 13. Voltammetry of sulfide nanoparticles and the FeS(aq) problem / G.R. Helz, I. Ciglenecki, D. Krznaric, and E. Bura-Nakic -- 14. Redox reactivity of organically complexed iron(II) species with aquatic contaminants / Timothy J. Strathmann -- 15. Fe2+ sorption at the Fe oxide-water interface: a revised conceptual framework / Christopher A. Gorski and Michelle M. Scherer -- 16. Redox driven stable isotope fractionation / Jay R. Black, Jeffrey A. Crawford, Seth John, and Abby Kavner -- 17. Redox properties of structural Fe in smectite clay minerals / Anke Neumann, Michael Sander, and Thomas B. Hofstetter -- 18. Reactivity of zerovalent metals in aquatic media: effects of organic surface coatings / Paul G. Tratnyek, Alexandra J. Salter-Blanc, James T. Nurmi, James E. Amonette, Juan Liu, Chongmin Wang, Alice Dohnalkova, and Donald R. Baer -- 19. Current perspectives on the mechanisms of chlorohydrocarbon degradation in subsurface environments: insight from kinetics, product formation, probe molecules, and isotope fractionation / Martin Elsner and Thomas B. Hofstetter -- 20. Degradation routes of RDX in various redox systems / Annamaria Halasz and Jalal Hawari -- 21. Role of coupled redox transformations in the mobilization and sequestration of arsenic / Janet G. Hering, Stephan J. Hug, Claire Farnsworth, and Peggy A. O'Day -- 22. Redox processes affecting the speciation of technetium, uranium, neptunium, and plutonium in aquatic and terrestrial environments / Edward J. O'Loughlin, Maxim I. Boyanov, Dionysios A. Antonopoulos, and Kenneth M. Kemner -- 23. Rate controlling processes in the transformation of tetrachloroethylene and carbon tetrachloride under iron reducing and sulfate reducing conditions / Elizabeth C. Butler, Yiran Dong, Lee R. Krumholz, Xiaoming Liang, Hongbo Shao, and Yao Tan -- 24. The use of chemical probes for the characterization of the predominant abiotic reductants in anaerobic sediments / Huichun (Judy) Zhang, Dalizza Colón, John F. Kenneke, and Eric J. Weber -- 25. The Role of transport in aquatic redox chemistry / Wolfgang Kurtz and Stefan Peiffer -- 26. Evolution of redox processes in groundwater / Peter B. McMahon, Francis H. Chapelle, and Paul M. Bradley.
Other Author Tratnyek, Paul G.
Grundl, Timothy J., 1953-
Haderlein, Stefan B.
American Chemical Society. Division of Environmental Chemistry.
American Chemical Society. Division of Geochemistry.
Other Title Print version: Aquatic redox chemistry. Washington, DC : American Chemical Society, 2011 9780841226524