Simulation and Assessment of Chemical Processes in a Multiphase Environment

  • I. Barnes
  • M. M. Kharytonov

Table of contents

  1. Front Matter
    Pages i-xxv
  2. E. GÓMez Alvarez, M. Vazquez, A. MuÑOz, J. Hjorth, M. Pilling, H. Saathoff et al.
    Pages 71-82
  3. A. Tilgner, R. Wolke, H. Herrmann
    Pages 107-122
  4. M. Kanakidou*, S. Myriokefalitakis, K. Tsigaridis
    Pages 149-165
  5. A. Kokhanovsky, J. P. Burrows, H. Bovensmann, M. Buchwitz, A. LadstÄtter-Weibenmayer, S. NoËl et al.
    Pages 173-200
  6. K. J. Brockmann, Th. Benter, M. Lorenz, A. L. Mangas SuÁrez, S. GÄb, O. Schmitz et al.
    Pages 219-230
  7. K. M. Hansen*, J. H. Christensen, J. Brandt, L. M. Frohn, C. Geels, C. A. SkjØth et al.
    Pages 255-272
  8. A. Worsztynowicz, R. Kucharski, A. Sas-Nowosielska, D. Rzychon
    Pages 273-284
  9. A. Sas-Nowosielska*, R. Kucharski, M. Pogrzeba, J. KrzyŻak, J. M. Kuperberg, J. Japenga
    Pages 285-297
  10. A. V. Zberovsky, B. I. Sobko
    Pages 337-343
  11. A. V. Shavrina, M. G. Sosonkin, A. A. Veles, V. I. Nochvay, O. B. Blum
    Pages 345-356
  12. M. M. Kharytonov, A. A. Kroik, O. M. Vinnichenko, L. V. Shupranova
    Pages 385-393
  13. P. M. Marozik, I. B. Mosse, S. B. Melnov, C. Mothersill, C. Seymour, F. Lyng
    Pages 435-446
  14. I. Mangul, M. Nedelkova, Z. Comarova, V. Vlasov, E. Vlasova
    Pages 447-452
  15. M. B. Blanco, M. A. Teruel*, I. Bejan, I. Barnes*, P. Wiesen
    Pages 485-494
  16. M. Albu, I. Barnes, K. H. Becker, I. Patroescu-Klotz, Th. Benter, R. Mocanu
    Pages 501-513
  17. M. Petrea, R. Kurtenbach*, P. Wiesen, R. Mocanu
    Pages 515-521
  18. Sh. Zhou, T. Zhu, I. Barnes *, I. Bejan, Th. Benter
    Pages 523-531
  19. Back Matter
    Pages 533-540

About these proceedings


The book reviews the current state of knowledge on the chemical and physical processes occurring in the environmental media (i) the atmosphere, (ii) the aqueous phase and (iii) soil and identifies the strengths and weaknesses of the chemical mechanisms (both explicit and condensed) currently available to simulate the multimedia environmental chemistry of volatile organic compounds (VOCs) and particulate matter in these media. Contributions examine how well this knowledge has been incorporated into different types of CT models and appraise the current status and significant issues in the development and usage of the models. Model simulations of some real world chemical perturbations to the Earth system are presented which appraise the performance of the models in relation to "real world" observations. Serious caveats in our understanding of chemical processes and their simulation in the various compartments of the Earth system are highlighted and areas are identified that need urgent improvement, in particular with respect to environmental security.


Air pollution Flora Phytoremediation Transport Water pollution contaminants development ecosystem ecosystems emissions environment pesticide pollution soil

Editors and affiliations

  • I. Barnes
    • 1
  • M. M. Kharytonov
    • 2
  1. 1.FBC - Physical Chemistry DepartmentBergische University WuppertalWuppertalGermany
  2. 2.Dnepropetrovsk State Agrarian UniversityDnepropetrovskUkraine

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