Colloidal Transport in Porous Media
Edited by Frimmel, Fritz H.; Kammer, Frank von der; Flemming, Hans-Curt
Colloids are known to be the often neglected phase for the transport of pollutants in aquatic ecosystems.
This book covers the basics of abiotic colloid characterization, of biocolloids and biofilms, the resulting
transport phenomena and their engineering aspects. The contributors are leading specialists devoted to
colloidal sciences. The discussion reflects their broad scope of viewpoint and depth of expertise.
Coverage includes theoretical considerations, results from model experiments, and field studies.
Hardcover 292 pp ISBN 9783540713388
Of interest for scientists, graduates, undergraduates, lecturers, libraries, professionals.
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