Arsenic Contamination of Groundwater: Mechanism, Analysis, and Remediation
Arsenic contamination of groundwater affects about 100 million people worldwide. This book includes an assessment of environmental health risks and economic impacts and the technologies available for dealing with the problem. It explores developments in the geochemistry, detection, measurement, removal, and toxicology of arsenic. This is a core reference for scientists working in the fields of geochemistry, analytical chemistry, environmental chemistry, and separation science and technology. It's also a great resource for academic and regulatory personnel working in these fields, plus aid agencies and concerned nongovernmental organizations.