6 edition of Biogeochemistry of Chelating Agents (Acs Symposium Series) found in the catalog.
August 16, 2005
by An American Chemical Society Publication
Written in English
|Contributions||Bernd Nowack (Editor), Jeanne M. VanBriesen (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||472|
• Bruce Halstead wrote the book Scientific Basis of Chelation Therapy, This book was later updated by Ted Rozema. ’s • Richard Casdorph,a practicing cardiologist, showed improvements in ejection fractions of the heart and in cerebral blood flow with chelation therapy in several articles. also economically important, both as products in themselves and as agents in the production of other chemicals. A chelate is a chemical compound composed of a metal ion and a chelating agent. A chelating agent is a substance whose molecules can form several bonds to a single metal ion. In other words, a chelating agent is a multidentate Size: KB.
About this book Submerged soils and the wetlands they support are of huge practical importance: in global element cycles, as centres of biodiversity, in global food production. They are also uniquely interesting scientifically because of their peculiar biogeochemistry Missing: Chelating Agents. Biogeochemistry book. Read 4 reviews from the world's largest community for readers. For the past 4 billion years, the chemistry of the Earth's surface, /5.
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Chelating agents are in widespread use in technical and industrial applications. They are used extensively to control metal speciation in the pulp and paper industry, in photographical processes, in cooling waters, the oil industry, and in the nuclear : $ Chelating agents are in widespread use in technical and industrial applications.
They are used extensively to control metal speciation in the pulp and paper industry, in photographical processes, in cooling waters, the oil industry, and in the nuclear industry.
Summary: Chelating agents are widely used and have received considerable attention due to possible adverse effects in the environment. This work presents research in speciation, analytical methods, biological reactions, transport and fate, and remediation using chelating agents.
Chelating Agents in the Environment / Nowack, Bernd, Institute of Terrestrial Ecology, Swiss Federal Institute of Technology (ETH), CH Schlieren, Switzerland; VanBriesen, Jeanne M., Department of Civil and Environmental Engineering, Department of Biomedical Engineering, Carnegie Mellon University, Pittsburgh, PA / Speciation of.
Biogeochemistry of Chelating Agents 作者: Nowack, Bernd (EDT)/ VanBriesen, Jeanne M. (EDT) 出版年: 页数: 定价: $ ISBN: 豆瓣评分. Cheap price comparison textbook rental results for Biogeochemistry Of Chelating Agents Acs Symposium Series No Biogeochemistry―winner of a Textbook Excellence Award (Texty) from the Text and Academic Authors Association―considers how the basic chemical conditions of the Earth, from atmosphere to soil to seawater, have been and are being affected by the existence of activities in particular, from the rapid consumption of resources to the destruction of the rainforests and the /5(14).
Chelating agents are ligands that are able to form two or more coordinate covalent bonds with a metal ion.
An important and interesting example of this is the chelating agents—ligands which are Chelating Agents - Chemistry LibreTexts. Biodegradation of Chelating Agents: EDTA, DTPA, PDTA, NTA, and EDDS. Chapter Views are the COUNTER-compliant sum of full text article downloads since November (both PDF and HTML) across all institutions and individuals.
These metrics are regularly updated to reflect usage leading up to the last few days. The environmental biogeochemistry of chelating agents and recommendations for the disposal of chelated radioactive wastes Author links open overlay panel Jeffrey L Cited by: There are specific chelating agents developed for specific metals: 1,3-benzenediamidoethanethiol for mercury contamination, N,N0-bis-(dithiocarboxy)piperazine and 1,3,5-hexahydrotriazinedithiocarbamate for complex heavy metals, potassium ethyl xanthate to remove copper ions from wastewater, and dipropyl dithiophosphate for remediating lead, cadmium, copper, and mercury (Chang and Yen.
Anthropogenic chelating agents of the types aminopolycarboxylates and phosphonates are ubiquitous in the environment. In this chapter we describe these compounds and present the most important.
"Biogeochemistry is a multidisciplinary field that studies the interactions, over both human and geological timescales, of living things and the earth's chemical cycles Throughout the book there is a focus on the ways in which humans have intervened in these cycles in recent times."--Reference & Research Book News, October Missing: Chelating Agents.
The topic of this book is anthropogenic chelating agents of the groups of the aminopolycarboxylates and the phosphonates.
The aminocarboxylates are characterized by one or more tertiary or secondary amines and two or more carboxylic acid groups. The names, abbreviations and structures of the most important compounds are shown in Table 2. Means, J.L. and Alexander, C.A. () The environmental biogeochemistry of chelating agents and recommendations for the disposal of chelated radioactive wastes.
Nucl. Chem. Waste Manag., 2. Biogeochemistry Book Summary: "Biogeochemistry considers how the basic chemical conditions of the Earth-from atmosphere to soil to seawater-have been and are being affected by the existence of life.
Human activities in particular, from the rapid consumption of resources to the destruction of the rainforests and the expansion of smog-covered cities, are leading to rapid changes in the basic Missing: Chelating Agents.
Fluoride (F −) pollutants can harm plants and the animals feeding on r, it is largely unknown how complexing and chelating agents affect F bioavailability. Two studies were conducted that measured F − bioavailability and uptake by rice (Oryza sativa L.).
In the first study, rice was grown in solution culture (pH ) with 0, 2, or 4 mM F − as KF to compare the interaction of F. This chapter discusses the current state of knowledge of the biodegradation of the synthetic chelating agents nitrilotriacetate (NTA) and EDTA.
The understanding of the biodegradation of chelating agents requires a mechanistic coupled understanding of geochemistry and microbiology, including the way chelated metal influences biodegradation, the way metal in the metal-chelate complex can Cited by: 5.
Editor-in-Chief: Katja Lajtha. Biogeochemistry publishes original and synthetic papers dealing with biotic controls on the chemistry of the environment, or with the geochemical control of the structure and function of ecosystems.
Cycles are considered, either of individual elements or of specific classes of natural or anthropogenic compounds in g: Chelating Agents. For a complete discussion of the chelating agents in the environment - click here. EDDS (S, S'-ethylenediaminedisuccinic acid), a structural isomer of EDTA, has been used as a biodegradable substitute.
EDDS is a good complexing agent and is broken down. Speciation of Chelating Agents and Principles for Global Environmental Management David R. Williams Chapter 2, DOI: /bkch Publication Date (Print): J Each chelating agent has its use.
Proper administration enhances the treatment success. An update on the efficacy of chelation substances and combination treatments is included. This book is designed to help physicians determine the chelator of choice. It is a diagnostic guide that helps differentiate between acute and chronic metal exposures.reagents, particularly chelating agents, are used in soil science for soil trace metal analysis purposes.
Among this variety of chelating agents, EDTA (ethylenediaminetetra-acetic acid) is a powerful complexing reagent which has received considerable attention in agronomy for: (i) Estimating the potential metal mobile pool (Stercke-File Size: KB.