The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development by Ali Mufit BahadirThe Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development by Ali Mufit Bahadir

The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable Development

EditorAli Mufit Bahadir, Gheorghe Duca

Paperback | August 10, 2009

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The papers presented in this book demonstrate clearly the role of the processes defining the natural environment's composition, structure and chemical properties adequate to the biologic value of habitation, the essential impacts of human activity and other related factors on all the environmental compartments, including water, soil and air. The research in ecological chemistry contribute to elimination of these negative impacts, and promote the rational using of natural resources, their qualified management, broader application of environmentally-friendly production technologies, thus leading to pollution reduction and sustainable development.
Title:The Role of Ecological Chemistry in Pollution Research and Sustainable DevelopmentFormat:PaperbackDimensions:328 pages, 9.25 × 6.1 × 0.01 inPublished:August 10, 2009Publisher:Springer NetherlandsLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:9048129028

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Preface. I. Organic Pollutants and Pops in the Environment-Occurrence, Fate and Prevention Measures. Brominated Flame Retardants in the Environment; J. de Boer.- Fate of Persistent Organic Pollutants in the Venice Lagoon: From the Environment to Human Beings Through Biological Exploitation?; S. Raccannelli et al.- Pharmaceuticals and Personal Care Products in the Environment; G. Duca and V. Boldescu.- Monitoring and Measures on Pops in Turkey; Ö. Ceylan.- Current State in the Field of Persistent Organic Pollutants Management in Ukraine; S. Sukhorebra.- II. Water Pollution and Waste Water Treatment. Water Quality Monitoring and Management in Moldova; L. Romanciuc et al.-Intermediates in Photochemistry of Fe(III) Complexes in Water; V. Plyusnin et al.- State-of-the-Art of Wastewater and Sludge Treatment in Turkey; B. Topkaya.- Sustainable Adopted Wastewater Treatment and Reuse in Agriculture; M.E. Aydin and S. Özcan.- Investigation of the Oil-Products Solubility inWater: Qualitative Composition and Quantitative Limits of the Oil-Water Mixtures; I. Winkler.- Application of Low-Cost Sorbent foil Oil Spill Sorption Using Response Surfacve Methodological Approach; C. Cocojaru et al.- Combined Photo-Biochemical Reactor for the Destruction of Organic Pollutants in Water; O. Covaliova.- III. Soil Pollution and Prevention. Sources and Forms of Soil Chemical Degradation; S. Andries.- Veterinary Medicinal Products in Manures and Soils- Problems and Solutions; R. Kreuzig.- Lichens (Punctilia rudecta) As Bioindicators for Air Pollution in Ohio, USA; B. W. Berdanier et al.- Farming Practicles in Moldova for Preventing Pollution and Degradation of the Environment; B. Boincean.- The Role of Soil Organic Matter in Limiting Organic Pollution in Soils with Focus on Endocrine Disruptor Compounds; N. Senesie and E. Loffredo.- IV. Waste Management. Humic Substances in Municipal Refuse Disposed of in a Landfill; Z. Filip and K. Demnerov.- Recovery and Disposal of Phosphate Sludge from Automotive Industry; Ö.Dogan.- Processing and Valorization of Secondary Winery Products; G. Duca et al.- Fate and Behavior of Toxic Organic Pollutants in Plant, Soil and Irradiated Sewage Sludge; R. E. Motaium, M.E. Hashim.- New Environmentally Safe and Efficient Way for Destruction of Toxic Chemicals; L. Valery et al.- Electrocatalysis of a Major Pollutant, Co2 , Transformation into Useful Organic Matter - Fundamental and Applied Contributions; M. Jitaru et al.- Waste Management in Low Income and Emerging Countries; K. Fricke and F. Kölsch.- V. Risk Assessment, Mitigation Measures and Environmental Awareness. Establishment of the Strategic Environmental Assessment (Sea) System in the Republic of Moldova; V. Ivanov.- Biosensors in the System of Express Control of Chemicals, Regularly used as Terrorist Means, to Prevent Non-Desirable Consequences; N. Starodub.- Comparative Study of Knowledge in Environmental Problems in the Context of Various Populations Groups in two EU Member States; A. Xenia Lupa et al.- A Green Chemistry Lab Course; M. Bahadir and B. König.- Conclusions. Networds Created.