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By Dr. Stefan Trapp, Prof. Dr. Michael Matthies (auth.)

The booklet is for these attracted to modeling publicity to chemical substances. It comprises elements: half one is the textual content booklet which permits the reader to profit in regards to the dynamic habit of chemical compounds in our surroundings. fundamentals of publicity estimation, arithmetic and chemistry are defined within the first chapters, by way of a advisor to publicity versions for all environmental media. half is the software program device "Cemos" (Chemical publicity version process) which include 9 publicity types, a substance database with twelve information units, info estimation routines, quality coverage instruments and a hypertext online support. The disk is readily put in and runs on DOS 3.3 or larger (up to home windows NT). the great Cemos guide is additionally incorporated. it truly is similar to the web aid. All equations utilized in this system are defined intimately, making the calculations totally obvious. workouts with suggestions, instance calculations and a database support the reader to benefit approximately and follow publicity models.

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The ratio can be reproduced. 3); the system is in thermodynamic equilibrium. At small concentrations, the fugacity is directly proportional to the concentration of a substance (Mackay 1979, Mackay and Paterson 1981). Then the concentration ratio between both phases in equilibrium is independent of the absolute concentration. The partition coefficient is deduced from thermodynamics (Nernst Partitioning Law) resp. from the chemical potential (Schwarzenbach et al. 1993). 2 The Partition Coefficient K is the partition coefficent (kg/m 3 to kg/m 3 or mol/m3 to mol/m 3) and C is the equilibrium concentration (kg/m 3 or mol/m 3), i and j are the indices of the neighboring phases.

4 Partitioning of Chemicals in the Environment 44 Acid/base reactions have an influence on the partitioning. Ions are principally hydrophilic, because of the interaction of charged molecules with water. This implies that partition coefficients (for lipophilic interactions) only hold for the neutral fraction. When measured values of Kd, Koc or BCF are available, it has to be checked whether the pH is the same as in the scenario to be simulated. If not, the values need to be corrected. Therefore, first calculate the fraction of neutral molecules during measurement.

6). The example was taken from Matthies et al. (1992). ~ 40 c o r-------------------------------, ~ analytical solution 0 measured 24-d Rhine November 1986 Mainz C go 30 Bad Honnef () 20 10 3 2 4 5 6 Days after release Fig. 6. 1 Alarm! On Sunday at 10:00 pm a tanker had an accident on the Rhine at km 430. One tonne of bromacil was released. What is the maximal concentration at Duisburg (km 780)? 3 m; depth 3 m; flow velocity 1 m/s; longitudinal dispersion DL 500 m2 s- l • No significant degradation.

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