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Offers accomplished experimental and theoretical analyses of chemical reactions in multiphase, multispecies structures. Explores the foundations and purposes of floor chemistry, soil chemistry, microbiology, geochemistry, redox response, and colloid chemistry to environmental platforms. Examines the impact of abiotic and biotic interfaces on chemical reactions in aquatic atmosphere platforms. contains chapters via Werner Stumm, the founding father of aquatic chemistry.

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