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Emerging Technologies in Hazardous Waste Management III

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Publisher Comments:

Describes physical and chemical technologies for treating and managing solid, liquid, and gaseous wastes. Includes coverage of soil decontamination and remediation; treatment of volatile waste compounds; and treatment of radioactive and mixed wastes. Provides an in-depth review of state-of-the-art supercritical water extraction technology. Examines in situ and ex situ technologies for solid decontamination. Presents studies of photo-assisted decomposition technologies for wastewater treatment. Provides coverage of innovative topics, including comparison of advanced oxidation processes; determination of biodegradation kinetics with respirometry and group contribution methods; and treatment of volatiles with gas-phase bioreactors.

Book News Annotation:

Based on a symposium held in Atlanta, Georgia in October 1991, this volume is both an introduction to hazardous waste treatment for the novice and a reference for the technical expert. Specialists in emerging technologies for treating and managing gaseous, liquid, and solid wastes contribute 22 chapters arranged within five sections: physical and chemical wastewater treatment, biological treatment, soil remediation and treatment, treatment of volatile compounds, and selected mixed-waste treatment applications.
Annotation c. Book News, Inc., Portland, OR (booknews.com)

Table of Contents

Emerging Technologies for Hazardous Waste Management: An Overview, D.W. Tedder and F.G. Pohland

Comparative Aspects of Advanced Oxidation Processes, D.F. Ollis

Supercritical Water Oxidation Technology: Process Development and Fundamental Research, J.W. Tester, H.R. Holgate, F.J. Armellini, P.A. Webley, W.R. Killilea, G.T. Hong, and H.E. Barner

Photo-Assisted Mineralization of Herbicide Wastes by Ferric Ion Catalyzed Hydrogen Peroxide, J.J. Pignatello and Y. Sun

Toxic Pollutant Destruction: Comparison of the Oxidants Potassium Permanganate, Fenton's Reagent, and Chlorine Dioxide on the Toxicity of Substituted Phenols, P.A. Vella and J.A. Munder

Ultrasonically Accelerated Photocatalytic Waste Treatment, A.J. Johnston and P. Hocking

Adsorptive and Chemical Pretreatment of Reactive Dye Discharges, D.L. Michelsen, L.L. Fulk, R.M. Woodby, and G.D. Boardman

Applicability of Biological Processes for Treatment of Soils, W.W. Eckenfelder, Jr., and R.D. Norris

Development of Nonlinear Group Contribution Method for Prediction of Biodegradation Kinetics from Respirometrically Derived Kinetic Data, H.H. Tabak and R. Govind

Degradation of Cyanides by the White Rot Fungus Phanerochaete chrysosporium, M.M. Shah and S.D. Aust

Protocol for Determining the Rate of Biodegradation of Toxic Organic Chemicals in Anaerobic Processes, N. Sathish, J.C. Young, and H.H. Tabak

Anaerobic Digestion of Industrial Activated Aerobic Sludge, J.C. Goodloe, H.M. Kitsos, A.J. Meyers, Jr., J.S. Hubbard, and R.S. Roberts

Comparison of the Effectiveness of Emerging In Situ Technologies and Traditional Ex Situ Treatment of Solvent-Contaminated Soils, S.R. Just and K.J. Stockwell

Constant Capacitance Model: Chemical Surface Complexation Model for Describing Adsorption of Toxic Trace Elements on Soil Minerals, S. Goldberg

Modeling Brackish Solution Influences on the Chemical and Physical Behavior of Temperate Region Soils, M. Marsi and V.P. Evangelou

Decomposition of Perchloroethylene and Polychlorinated Biphenyls with Fenton's Reagent, C. Sato, S.W. Leung, H. Bell, W.A. Burkett, and R.J. Watts

Catalytic Oxidation of Trichloroethylene and Methylene Chloride, H. Shaw, Y. Wang, T.-C. Yu, and A.E. Cerkanowicz

Advanced Ultraviolet Flash Lamps for the Destruction of Organic Contaminants in Air, P.G. Blystone, M.D. Johnson, W.R. Haag, and P.F. Daley

Chemical Detoxification of Trichloroethylene and 1,1,1-Trichloroethane in a Microwave Discharge Plasma Reactor at Atmospheric Pressure, T.R. Krause and J.E Helt

Bioprocessing of Environmentally Significant Gases and Vapors with Gas-Phase Bioreactors: Methane, Trichloroethylene, and Xylene, W.A. Apel, P.R. Dugan, M.R. Wiebe, E.G Johnson, J.H. Wolfram, and R.D. Rogers

Mediated Electrochemical Process for Hazardous Waste Destruction, R.G. Hickman, J.C. Farmer and F.T. Wang

Long-Term Durability of Polyethylene for Encapsulation of Low-Level Radioactive, Hazardous, and Mixed Wastes, P.D. Kalb, J.H. Heiser, and P. Colombo

Product Details

ISBN:
9780841225305
Author:
Tedder, D William
Publisher:
American Chemical Society
Author:
Pohland, Frederick G.
Author:
Tedder, D. William
Author:
null, D. William
Author:
null, Frederick G.
Location:
Washington, DC :
Subject:
Chemistry - Technical & Industrial
Subject:
Chemistry | Environmental Chemistry
Copyright:
Edition Description:
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Series:
ACS symposium series,
Series Volume:
9462518
Publication Date:
19930505
Binding:
Hardback
Grade Level:
College/higher education:
Illustrations:
Yes
Pages:
466
Dimensions:
5.9 x 9 x 0.9 in 1.644 lb

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