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Useful for soil and groundwater scientists, ecologists, and government regulators, this book discusses new techniques used to analyze surface reactions governed by physical, chemical, and biological processes. It covers the reaction mechanisms of the component molecules, linkages between these molecules, and the spacing of reactive surface functional groups. It highlights analytical techniques for characterizing mobile soil colloids, provides results on biologically mediated pathways, and reveals how modeling perspectives are used to gain information on metal contaminant processes in the environment.
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