The Aqueous Chemistry of Polonium and the Practical Application of its Thermochemistry
The Aqueous Chemistry of Polonium and the Practical Application of its Thermochemistry provides a thermochemical database and derived pH-potential diagrams to give readers a better understanding of polonium behavior. The book provides an introduction to polonium and its physical and chemical properties, as well as a detailed overview of polonium s chemical thermodynamics. Drawing on the knowledge of expert authors, the book provides key insights for those working with polonium across a range of different fields, from mining industry professionals and analytical chemists, to environmental remediation scientists.
- Provides a unique and detailed review of polonium chemistry
- Presents pH-potential diagrams for polonium and case studies showing their use in practice
- Reviews the practical use of polonium in a range of different applications
||The Aqueous Chemistry of Polonium and the Practical Application of its Thermochemistry
||Brown, Paul L.; Brown, Susan A.
||229 x 152
Paul Brown is a Chief Geochemist in the Growth and Innovation group of Rio Tinto in Australia. He previously was a Chief Executive Officer of the Australian Sustainability and Industry Research Centre and a Principal Research Scientist at the Australian Nuclear Science and Technology Organisation. He received both his undergraduate and graduate degrees from the University of Wollongong in Australia.
A detailed guide to the thermochemistry and aqueous speciation of polonium that includes a thermochemical database, pH-potential diagrams and case studies
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