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The environmental chemistry of aluminum


, : The environmental chemistry of aluminum. The environmental chemistry of aluminum: 317 pp.

The first three chapters of this book discuss aspects of Al chemistry: its quantification in soils and natural waters and its speciation. The next four chapters cover Al polymeric chemistry: its polynuclear and colloidal hydrolytic species in aqueous solution, its complexes with natural organic ligands (including humic substances) and surface reactions.

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