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Soil Physical Chemistry 623 U4210

 

Ming-Kuang WANG

professor; Ph.D., Rutgers State Univ., 1978

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Introduction

 

    Contents of soil physical chemistry include mineral/water interface, and discuss their surface complexation models, kinetic reaction and use in situ spectroscopic techniques to demonstrate reaction mechanisms and soil organic matter chemistry. Double layer theory, soil thermodynamics and soil chemistry processes kinetics will also include in this course.

 

Textbooks:

 

1.      P.M. Huang, J.-M. Bollag and N. Senesi. (2002) Interactions between Soil Particles and Microorganism: Impact on the Terrestrial Ecosystem. John Wiley & Sons, Ltd., New York.

2.      D.L. Sparks (1998) Soil Physical Chemistry, 2nd Edition, CRC Press LLC, Boca Raton, FL.

3.      G. Sposito (1995) The Environmental Chemistry of Aluminum. Lewis Publishers, New York.

4.      D.L. Sparks. (1995) Environmental Soil Chemistry. Academic press, New York.

5.      R.H. Loeppert et al. (1995) Chemical Equilibrium and Reaction Models. SSSA Special Publication Number 42, Madison, WI.

M.B. McBride. (1994) Environmental Chemistry of Soils. Oxford University Press, New York.