This is a comprehensive guide to the role of chemistry in our environment."Chemistry of the Environment" provides a general introduction to the role of chemistry in environmental issues, including air and water pollution, solid wastes, and the relatively new field of green chemistry. In addition to vast scientific information, this volume presents historical background and a brief introduction to social, political, economic, legal, and other issues related to the environment.
This book offers a fascinating look at the field of forensic chemistry.From the study of explosives and bodily fluids to drug analysis and fingerprints, chemical methods have played a major role in crime investigation in the last few decades. "Forensic Chemistry" examines the many ways these scientific techniques have infiltrated crime investigation in today's world.
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