Natural Inorganic Hydrochemistry in Relation to Groundwater: An Introduction
Provides comprehensive but concise coverage of groundwater chemistry theory, hydrochemical processes, and methods of interpretation. It has particular relevance in the study of pollution problems.
Chemistry of groundwater
Physical chemistry of aqueous solutions
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