|Statement||by Han L. Golterman.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxv, 251 p. :|
|Number of Pages||251|
The Chemistry of Phosphate and Nitrogen Compounds in Sediments [Golterman, Han L.] on *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. The Chemistry of Phosphate and Nitrogen Compounds in SedimentsReviews: 1. Get this from a library! The chemistry of phosphate and nitrogen compounds in sediments. [H L Golterman] -- "Phosphate and nitrogen compounds control growth of vegetation in most, if not all, fresh, brackish or salt waters. This book deals with the process constituting the cycles of the phosphate and. Get this from a library! The chemistry of phosphate and nitrogen compounds in sediments. [H L Golterman] -- This book deals with the processes constituting the cycles of the phosphate and nitrogen compounds in sediment and the phosphate equilibria between the . The Chemistry of Phosphate and Nitrogen Compounds in Sediments by H. L. Golterman, , available at Book Depository with free delivery worldwide/5(2).
This book, consisting of 5 chapters, deals with the processes constituting the cycles of the phosphate and nitrogen compounds in sediment and the phosphate equilibria between the sediment and the overlying water. For the phosphate cycle, the following are discussed: (1) phosphorus binding onto sediments, viz., onto iron hydroxide and calcium carbonate (limestone); (2) fractionation of phosphate Cited by: Springer, Dordrecht, , pp, Hardcover, $, £, €, ISBN Author: John Boyle. Silicon– nitrogen compounds have been widely used as synthetic intermediates in both organic and inorganic chemistry since they were first reviewed. The advantages over the organic amine stem from their milder basicity, the absence of hydrogen bonding, with methyl amines the higher boiling point and convenience, and the absence of. Key Takeaways Key Points. Nitrogen oxides, called NO x compounds, are important for their explosive properties. These properties are determined by the extremely strong and stable bond found in molecular, diatomic nitrogen, N 2, which has a bond dissociation energy of kJ/mol ( kcal/mol).; The main neutral hydride of nitrogen is ammonia (NH 3), which has a pK b of , and is thus a weak.
In Enological Chemistry, 1 Introduction. Organic nitrogen-containing compounds have many important roles in nature. They display an enormous structural diversity, in which nitrogen atoms can form part of simple functional groups or complex heterocyclic systems; they also have varying degrees of substitution and oxidation. The oxygen-phosphorus bond also prohibits phosphorus from being observed in its elemental state in nature. It is always found as an oxide. The majority of phosphorus-containing compounds are produced for use as fertilizers. For this purpose, phosphate-containing minerals are converted to phosphoric acid. H. L. Golterman, The Chemistry of Phosphate and Nitrogen Compounds in Sediments. Abstract. J Paleolimnol () DOI /sz BOOK REVIEW H. L. Golterman, The Chemistry of Phosphate and Nitrogen Compounds in Sediments Springer, Dordrecht, , pp, Hardcover, $, £, €, ISBN John Boyle Published online: 25 Author: Boyle, John. Phosphorus displays several oxidation states (+II, +III, +IV, and +V) and coordination numbers (from one to six), and with nitrogen (also two-, three-, and four-coordinate) can form a broad variety of compounds (purely inorganic or organo-N- or -P-substituted).In addition to mononuclear P N compounds, many short-chain, polymeric, and cyclic compounds based on molecular skeletons formed by P N.