By G. A. James, B. K. Warwood, R. Hiebert, A. B. Cunningham (auth.), James J. Valdes (eds.)

ISBN-10: 9048155193

ISBN-13: 9789048155194

ISBN-10: 9401594252

ISBN-13: 9789401594257

In the sector of biosensors the former concentration has been nearly completely on clinical diagnostics. right here it really is mentioned relating to bioremediation. the applying of recent biosensing recommendations to environmental tracking grants to be a less expensive method of tracking either soil consortia and degrees of pollution. considerably, useful biosensors can be sure such parameters as`How fresh is clean?'
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M. S. KOSSON contaminants and moieties in soil organic matter. The role of hydrogen bonding in irreversible sorption was investigated by Isaacson and Frink (1984), who determined that partition coefficients for three phenols onto surfaces greatly exceeded the predictions of semi-empirical equations describing hydrophobic partitioning only. They concluded that extensive hydrogen bonding between phenolic hydroxyl groups and corresponding sites in the soil organic matter is an important mechanism contributing to the observed increase.

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