Best Reference Books – Environmental Chemistry

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We have compiled the list of Top 10 Best Reference Books on Environmental Chemistry subject. These books are used by students of top universities, institutes and colleges. Here is the full list of top 10 best books on Environmental Chemistry along with reviews.

Kindly note that we have put a lot of effort into researching the best books on Environmental Chemistry subject and came out with a recommended list of top 10 best books. The table below contains the Name of these best books, their authors, publishers and an unbiased review of books on "Environmental Chemistry" as well as links to the Amazon website to directly purchase these books. As an Amazon Associate, we earn from qualifying purchases, but this does not impact our reviews, comparisons, and listing of these top books; the table serves as a ready reckoner list of these best books.

1. “Environmental Chemistry” by Baird and Colin

“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book provides coverage of soil, water, and air chemistry. It focuses on the environmental impacts of chemical production and experimentation. The book includes coverage of energy production (especially biofuels), generation and disposal of CO2. It also includes innovative ways to combat climate change and green chemistry cases.This book is beneficial for chemists and other environmental agencies.

2. “Chemistry of Environment” by Bailey and Strong

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“Chemistry of Environment” Book Review: This book provides a basic level of chemical knowledge on the principles of environmental chemistry and a general understanding of environmental issues. It includes various topics such as nuclear chemistry, petroleum chlorinated hydrocarbons, pesticided and atmospheric photochemistry. It also includes natural and technological processes that affect the environment. This book will be useful for environmental chemists, researchers, biochemists and elementary organic chemists.

3. “Principles of Instrumental Analysis” by D A Skoog and J L Loary

“Principles of Instrumental Analysis” Book Review: This book discusses the theoretical basis of each instrument type, optimal application area, sensitivity, accuracy and its limitations. It includes various topics such as potentiometric methods, coulometric methods, voltammetry, thermal method, an introduction to chromatographic separation, gas chromatography and high-performance liquid chromatography. This book will be beneficial for scientists.

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4. “Environmental Chemistry” by Anil Kumar De

“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses the different aspects of environmental chemistry, including recent concepts and developments in the subject. It includes various topics such as atmosphere, hydrosphere, lithosphere, geosphere, biosphere ecology and pollution. It also includes environmental biochemistry, chemical toxicology, waste treatment management and recycling. This book will be useful for scientists, engineers, researchers, BSc and MSc students of Chemistry and Biochemistry.

5. “Environmental Chemistry” by B K Sharma
6. “CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE” by Clair Sawyer and Perry Mccarty

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“CHEMISTRY FOR ENVIRONMENTAL ENGINEERING AND SCIENCE” Book Review: This book focuses on chemistry issues that are useful for solving environmental issues. It also laid the groundwork for understanding the study of water and wastewater. It also discusses the fundamental basis of environmental engineering practice and research. It includes various topics such as equilibrium, organic, biochemical, colloidal, nuclear chemistry and basic chemical principles. This book will be beneficial for senior and graduate environmental engineering students.

7. “Environmental Chemistry” by S C Bhatia

“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book provides basic knowledge about environmental chemistry and pollution. It includes various topics such as hydrosphere, lithosphere, geosphere, biosphere ecology and pollution. It also includes environmental biochemistry, chemical toxicology, waste treatment management and recycling. This book will be beneficial for B.Sc and M.Sc environmental chemistry and M Tech. (environmental engineering) students.

8. “Environmental Chemistry” by Banerji

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“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book provides the scientific nature of the subject and deals with various life support systems. It also discusses the important aspects of air and water pollution. This book will act as a guide for researchers, scientists and B.Sc and M.Sc environmental chemistry students.

9. “A Textbook of Environmental Chemistry” by V Subramanian

“A Textbook of Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses main topics related to the broad topic of chemistry in the environment. The book addresses topics that are important for understanding the chemical processes affecting air, water and soil in our climate. It includes topics such as environmental nuclear chemistry, the analytical methods necessary for the chemical element of our climate, the methodology of solid waste and management, and air and water quality standards. This book will be useful for B.Sc and M.Sc environmental chemistry students.

10. “Environmental Chemistry” by Colin Baird and Michael Cann

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“Environmental Chemistry” Book Review: This book discusses the chemical process and properties underlying these environmental issues. It provides an active problem-solving approach with exercises introduced at every chapter. It includes various topics such as global warming, renewable energy, hazardous waste and carbon footprints. This book will be beneficial for researchers, scientists and B.Sc and M.Sc environmental chemistry students.

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