This free downloadable (PDF) book, “Colloid and Interface Chemistry for Water Quality Control,” provides fundamental yet essential knowledge of colloid and interface science for the treatment of water and wastewater. The book is divided into two sections: chapters 1 to 8 discuss colloid chemistry, which covers topics such as simple history and fundamental concepts; diffusion and Brown Motion; sedimentation; optical properties; rheology properties; osmotic pressure; electric properties; foam; emulsion and gel; and so on. Chapters 9 to offer theories regarding interface chemistry, which covers topics such as the surface of a solution, the surface of a liquid, and the surface of solids. This informative ebook is the only one of its kind that covers the subject of colloid and interface chemistry from the point of view of water quality control. This e-book was developed for advanced students who are studying environmental engineering and water treatment. Engineers and researchers who work in the same field could also use it as a reference.
- This is ideal for both teaching and learning due to the condensed nature of the material.
- Contains problems, exercises, and solutions, all of which are quite useful for evaluating the learner's progress and comprehension.
- Colloid and surface chemistry become relevant to water treatment applications as a result of the emphasis placed on water treatment technology and methodologies.
- Not only discusses all of the important physical-chemistry concepts and ideas, but it also offers recently developed information on the treatment of water.
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