By Walter Z. Tang
This booklet examines the treatability of detrimental wastes through diversified physicochemical remedy procedures based on the Quantitative constitution and job courting (QSAR) among kinetic cost constants and molecular descriptors. the writer explores tips on how to use those versions to pick remedy tactics in accordance with the molecular constitution of natural toxins. He covers easy methods to use them to foretell treatability of natural pollution having comparable molecular buildings by way of every one remedy technique in either homogeneous and heterogeneous media. The ebook is a advisor for assessing the treatability of pollution sooner than designing a remedy strategy and a reference on complicated oxidation techniques.
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Physicochemical Treatment of Hazardous Wastes by Walter Z. Tang