By D. M. Imboden (auth.), G. Angeletti, A. Bjørseth (eds.)
More than 10 years after the "First ecu Symposium on natural Micropollutants within the Aquatic Environment", the "Sixth Symposium" used to be held in Lisbon (Portugal) from 22 to 24 may well 1990. The Symposium was once organised in the framework of the Concerted motion price 641 * that is integrated within the Fourth R&D Programme at the atmosphere of the fee of the ecu groups expiring on the finish of 1990. After restructuring the Concerted motion in 1984, specific realization has been dedicated to destiny and transformation of natural micropollutants within the aquatic atmosphere. consequently, an immense target of the Symposium used to be to check present stories and development in those components, in addition to extra normal facets regarding analytical methodologies and behavior of toxins in the course of water remedy tactics. This quantity includes the plenary papers provided within the following classes on the Symposium: - Multidisciplinary experiences - Partitioning of natural micropollutants within the aquatic surroundings - Novel analytical options in environmental chemistry - tracking micropollutant - Degradation of natural micropollutants in the course of box stipulations - Reclamation of polluted floor water - Chemical and photochemical oxidation - way forward for environmental chemistry. furthermore, prolonged models of posters are integrated, protecting the 4 subject matters that are dealt in the 4 operating events forming the constitution of the Concerted motion: 1. Analytical methodologies 2. delivery and distribution three. Transformation reactions four. Water therapy. We think that the complaints provide a great assessment of present actions in those fields of analysis in Europe.
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