Essentials of Geochemestry
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Description: Essentials of Geochemistry is intended for introductory geochemistry courses. It is also an excellent resource for academic and industrial geologists and geochemists.
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All the information you need in one place! Each Study Brief is a summary of one specific subject; facts, figures, and explanations to help you learn faster.
List price: $124.95
Copyright year: 2005
Publisher: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC
Size: 7.25" wide x 9.00" long x 1.50" tall
|The earth's aggregate physical and chemical state|
|Introduction to thermodynamics|
|Mixtures and simple phase relations|
|Chemistry of natural waters|
|Chemistry of igneous rocks|
|Chemical controls on soil formation, diagenesis, metamorphism, and hydrothermal ore deposition|
|Radioactive isotope geochemistry|
|Stable isotope geochemistry|
|Surface sorption geochemistry|
|Oxidation and reduction|
|Conventions and physical constants|
|Common conversion factors|
|Table of elements with atomic number, atomic weight, and valence states|
|Electron configuration of neutral elements|
|Atomic abundance of elements for the whole earth|
|Gibbs energy and volume of liquid H[subscript 2]O|
|Interactive session with SUPCRT92|
|Revised HKF model for the thermodynamic properties of aqueous species|
|Thermodynamic data for minerals|
|Thermodynamic data for gases|
|Thermodynamic data for aqueous species|
|Debye-Huckel a parameters (in kg[superscript 1/2] mole[superscript 1/2])|
|Debye-Huckel B parameters (in kg[superscript 1/2] mole[superscript 1/2] A)|
|Decay chain of isotopes [superscript 238]U, [superscript 234]Th, and [superscript 235]U indicating the half-life of each isotope|
|Balancing oxidation-reduction reactions|