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Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances: Persistence, Transport Potential, Spatial Range

ISBN: 978-3-527-31606-9
258 pages
April 2007
Atmospheric Degradation of Organic Substances: Persistence, Transport Potential, Spatial Range (352731606X) cover image
This compilation on the degradation of 1,100 commercially important chemical products is the first publication to make this knowledge publicly accessible in one book. The data and annotations have been painstakingly assembled over a 10-year period in a collaboration between academia and regulatory authorities. The work explains in detail the methods, including computational ones, for the environmental assessment of volatile and semi-volatile substances, and is rounded off with data tables of degradation rates.
A key resource for manufacturers and regulators of such substances.
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PHOTODEGRADATION
Indirect photochemical reactions
Direct photochemical reactions
HETEROGENEOUS DEGRADATION
Degradation on solid surfaces
Degradation in droplets
EXPERIMENTAL DETERMINATION
Photochemical degradation
Photo-transformation
Degradation in the absorbed state
Calculating lifetimes from experimental data
ENVIRONMENTAL RELEVANCE
Persistence and long-range transport
Estimating lifetimes of semi-volatile substances
Regulatory framework
The REACH directive
DATA TABLES OF DEGRADATUIN RATES
- for > 1100 volatile and semi-volatile organic substances
- arranged by CAS number and compound name
- including kOH, kOzone, kNitrate, kPhoto
- with extensive literature listing
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Prof. Dr. Walter Klöpffer studied chemistry at the Karl-Franzens-University in Graz, Austria. He then joined the Battelle Institute in Frankfurt/Main, Germany, and since 1975 he is also Professor for Physical Chemistry at the University of Mainz.
Dr. Kloepffer's main field of interest is the spectroscopy and photophysics of aromatic compounds, and the environmental assessment of chemicals.

Dr. Burkhard Wagner obtained a PhD in Chemistry from the University of Heidelberg, Germany. He completed a postdoctoral period at the California Institute of Technology with George Hammond before joining the German Federal Environmental Agency (Umweltbundesamt), where he was the long-time section head for environmental impact assessment of chemicals.
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Klöpffer / Wagner: Atmosperic Degradation of Organic Substances (3-527-31606-X)
"This book is an important publication at the right time. It provides a valuable compilation of existing data and, at the same time, points out the need for more and innovative research in the field of atmospheric reactivity of organic chemicals. ... I recommend this valuable book to all users in academica, government, and industry who need information about the atmospheric fate of organic chemicals, also a teacher or students, who are looking for input data for multimedia models, or are in other ways involved in the hazard and risk assessment of chemicals. ..."
Env Sci Pollut Res 2007
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