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Author: Fritz H. Frimmel,R. Niessner
ISBN13: 978-3642103179
Title: Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle: Properties, Analysis and Environmental Relevance
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Language: English
Category: Engineering
Publisher: Springer; 2010 edition (May 4, 2010)
Pages: 239

Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle: Properties, Analysis and Environmental Relevance by Fritz H. Frimmel,R. Niessner



The first book to present dedicated methods for the analysis of nanoparticles in the aquatic environment. Also covers environmental effects of nanoparticles in surface and groundwater. eBook 95,19 €. price for Russian Federation (gross). Nanoparticles Acting as Condensation Nuclei – Water Droplet Formation and Incorporation.

4 Water Cycle There are several hot spots in the water cycle for NPs and their interaction with other water constituents. Table . gives an overview of the different domains of aquatic systems and examples for the NPs to be expected. It is clear that the broad application of ENP is closely related to the water cycle by the fact that we use water for drinking, cleaning, production, and even for leisure purposes. Nanoparticles Acting as Condensation Nuclei – Water Droplet Formation and Incorporation Reinhard Niessner. Obviously the situation is more complex than expressed by the statement without particles no precipitation, but through assessment of the water cycle and identification of its bottlenecks we will see that nanoparticles definitely play a major role.

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Book · January 2010 with 29 Reads. Cite this publication. The water cycle as a recipient for manufactured nanoparticles is only slowly getting into the focus of assessment activities for nanomaterials up to now, although this environmental compartment is considered important in the list of relevant endpoints for nanomaterials testing developed by the OECD.

Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle presents techniques for detecting the presence, distribution and fate of nanoparticles in aquatic environments. The influence of complex matrices are discussed, including wastewater, NOM, and high salt concentrations. Lists with This Book. This book is not yet featured on Listopia. Books by Fritz H. Frimmel

The science of environmental colloids (Sumner, 2000; Senesi et a. 2009; Frimmel and Niessner, 2010) is highly interdisciplinary, spanning from microbiology over surface chemistry to reology and physics. Consequently, the environmental colloid laboratory requires a wide spectrum of advanced instrumentation, from biology to physics, and including imaging (Senesi et a. 2009; Frimmel and Niessner, 2010). However, soils and other environmental colloids present an unusually challenging nano-scale imaging problem. Nanoparticles in the Water Cycle: Properties, Analysis and Environmental Relevance.

Properties, Analysis and Environmental Relevance. Author: Fritz H. Frimmel,R. Publisher: Springer Science & Business Media. Here, distinguished experts of water chemistry present dedicated methods for the analysis of nanoparticles in the aquatic environment, their distribution and fate. The background of geogenic, natural nanoparticles is considered in a discussion of known environmental effects, including strategies to test for potential effects on human and environmental health. Single Organic Nanoparticles

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As nanotechnology enters everyday life, engineered nanoparticles (ENP) will find their way into nature, including surface and groundwater. Here, distinguished experts of water chemistry present dedicated methods for the analysis of nanoparticles in the aquatic environment, their distribution and fate. This includes the influence of complex matrices such as wastewater, brown water with natural organic matter (NOM), and high salt concentrations as well as available and future standardized methods. The background of geogenic, natural nanoparticles is considered in a discussion of known environmental effects, including strategies to test for potential effects on human and environmental health.