1 edition of Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems found in the catalog.
Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems
|Statement||by George L. Baughman ...[et al.].|
|Series||Ecological research series, EPA-660/3-73-012|
|Contributions||Baughman, G. L., United States. Environmental Protection Agency. Office of Research and Development.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||97|
Water Chemistry 1/09 Introductory Level Workshop 1 Chapter 7 Water Chemistry - Introduction to Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring Training Notebook - Water chemistry plays an important role in the health, abundance and diversity of the aquatic life that can live in a stream. Excessive amounts of some constituents (nutrients), or the lack. Organomercurials have been known since and many synthetic routes to these compounds presently exist. The ability of these compounds to accommodate a wide variety of functional groups and to tolerate quite diverse reaction conditions makes them attractive as synthetic intermediates.
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Synthesis. Organomercury compounds are generated by many methods, including the direct reaction of hydrocarbons and mercury(II) salts. In this regard, organomercury chemistry more closely resembles organopalladium chemistry and contrasts with organocadmium compounds.. Mercuration of aromatic rings. Electron-rich arenes undergo direct mercuration upon treatment with Hg(O 2 CCH 3) 2. Aquatic Chemistry book. Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. This updated and revised classic text/reference draws upon basic chemica /5(1).
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Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems Research reporting series: Ecological research Ecological research series, United States Environmental Protection Agency Ecological research series: EPA/ Authors: George L.
Baughman, National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.) Publisher. Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems Author: George L Baughman ; John A Gordon ; N Lee Wolfe ; Richard G Zepp ; National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.).
The composition of dissolved methylmercuric species in aquatic systems is dependent on the type and concentration of complexing agents present and the pH. An analytical expression is derived that gives the relative percent of the methylmercuric species as a function of concentration and pH in the presence of eight complexing agents.
Get this from a library. Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems. [George L Baughman; National Environmental Research Center (Corvallis, Or.),]. Aquatic systems play a salient role in the complex processes of energy and matter exchange between the geosphere and the atmosphere.
For example, reactions taking place in cloud water droplets can substantially alter the atmospheric budget and chemistry of trace gases; pollution induced weathering reactions at water/soil interfaces can affect the availability of nutrients and increase the. His research interests are focused on natural aquatic systems, including nutrient cycling and chemistry, metal complexation by natural organic matter, and applications of remote sensing to aquatic systems.
William A. Arnold is the Joseph T. and Rose S. Chemistry of organomercurials in aquatic systems book Ling Professor in the Department of Civil Engineering at the University of Minnesota. His research interests are in the areas of transformation, transport, and Reviews: 7.
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Designed for both self-study and classroom use, this book builds a solid foundation in the general principles of natural water chemistry and then proceeds to a thorough. Introduction Phenylmercury compounds are one of the major types of organomercurlals that have been dis- charged into the aquatic environment.l,z Although relatively non-toxlc to man,3,4 phenylmer- curials undergo conversions in water and sediments to form inorganic mercury and, subsequently, highly toxic methylmercury compounds,s Numerous previous studies have shown that the following reactions can.
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Highest rates of formation are found in anoxic aquatic environments. Terrestrial systems are mostly irrelevant for MMHg production and not a concern. Most productive environments are sediments, wetlands, and coastal marshes, but also the anoxic hypolimnion of lakes and anaerobic microhabitats like the rhizosphere of floating macrophytes.
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Numerical groundwater flow, transport, and geochemical models are important tools besides classical deterministic and analytical approaches. The system was first conditioned by passing through 2 ml of 3 M hydrochloric acid (twice) followed by 2 ml of high purity water (twice).
Water samples, on collection, were acidified to pH 3– with concentrated hydrochloric acid and then processed through the SCF microcolumn (once in each direction) to ensure retention of organomercury species. Part of the Reactivity and Structure Concepts in Organic Chemistry book series (REACTIVITY, volume 22) Abstract A full appreciation of the synthetic potential of organomercurials requires a thorough understanding of the methods available for their preparation.
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This article is cited by 99 publications. Marco. Filippelli. Determination of trace amounts of organic and mercury in biological materials by graphite furnace atomic absorption spectrometry and organic mercury speciation by gas chromatography.Free PDF Books: Download Engineering Books Free online Pdf Study Material for All MECHANICAL, ELECTRONICS, ELECTRICAL, CIVIL, AUTOMOBILE, CHEMICAL, COMPUTERS, MECHATRONIC, TELECOMMUNICATION with Most Polular Books Free.Organomercury reagents are synthetically useful in additions across alkenes to provide oxygenated functionalities.
Within the diversity of organometallics offered by Sigma-Aldrich, organomercurials have several applications in developing vaccines, antifungal reagents, topical antiseptics and as analytical standards.
Due to their high affinity with thiols, mercuric acetates have also shown to.