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Chemistry and Physics of Water



Water

Water (Hydrogenoxide) is a chemical compound with two atoms of hydrogen and one atom of oxygen in a molecule (H2O). Purest water is a tasteless, colorless and odorless liquid.

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Current Stories and Reports


Now That's Cool
Clark School Engineers Out to Thaw the Mysteries of Ice. Article, August 2008 - [e]

Purer water made possible by Sandia advance
A single atom makes a big difference. - [e]

Scientists develop a unique approach for splitting water into hydrogen and oxygen
Discovery of an efficient artificial catalyst for the sunlight-driven splitting of water into oxygen and hydrogen is a major goal of renewable clean energy research. - [e]

Water refineries?
New method extracts oxygen from water with minimal energy, potentially boosting efforts to develop solar as a 24-hour energy source. Article, August 2008 - [e]



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General Information


Chemical Properties of Water - Part 1
Labeled diagrams with explanations - Format: PDF - [e]

Chemical Properties of Water - Part 2
Labeled diagrams with explanations - Format: PDF - [e]

Mystery, art and science of Water
A multi-disciplinary examination of the nature, properties, place, significance, importance, and role of water in the life and culture of this planet - [e]

pH, GH and KH
What are they all? - [e]

Physical Properties of Ice
Crystalline Structure of Ice; Phase Diagram of Water and Ice; Equilibrium Vapor Pressure of Ice and Water; Various constants related to Ice and the Formation of Snow Crystals. Caltech, USA - [e]

Water and its structure
A gentle intoduction to the structure of water. Simon Fraser University, USA - [e]

Water Glossary
An explanation of terminology concerning water related issues - [e, d, f, nl, es]

Water Properties
List of physical data concerning water - [e]

Water Quality
An introduction ... and more. Duke University, USA - [e]

Water Structure and Science
Lecture notes - [e]



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Lecture Notes, Tutorials


Hydration
Lecture notes, Enthalpy of Hydration etc. - [e]

Molecular Orbitals for Water
Notes: Water Structure and Science - [e]

Water and Solutions
Lecture notes. NSF, USA - [e]

Water Chemistry
Basics - Format: PDF - [e]

Water Chemistry
Lecture notes: fundamental chemical properties and information about water - [e]

Water Chemistry
Lecture notes: oceanography - Format: PDF - [e]



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Special Information


Pool Water
Water chemistry for swimming pools - [e]

Structure and Stability of Water Clusters
(H2O)n, n= 8-20: An Ab Initio Investigation. Article, 2001 - [e]



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Tools for the practical work in labs; application notes


Water calculations
A manual - [e]



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Analysis and Determination


Water Chemistry
Laboratory manual, wadeable streams assessment. EPA - Format: PDF - [e]

Water Chemistry Monitoring
With chemical tests you are testing for the presence and concentration of specific chemicals - Format: PDF - [e]



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Software and Programs


Sea Water Equation of State Calculator
A calculator to compute the UNESCO International Equation of State (IES 80) as described in Fofonoff (1985). The calculator is quite flexible - [e]



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Journals


Journal of Water Chemistry and Technology
… focuses on water and wastewater treatment, water pollution monitoring, water purification, and similar topics. It publishes the results of research covering a very broad range, including the structure of water and ist fundamental properties; chemical, physicochemical and biological methods of water treatment; methods of water analysis; instrumentation for monitoring water quality; and automation and control of treatment processes and systems. Springer - [e]



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Organisations


International Water Association
IWA is in a better position than any other organization in the world to help water professionals create innovative, pragmatic and sustainable solutions to challenging global water needs - [e]







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Related Books and Scientific Literature: Water:


Buchempfehlung

Yves Marechal

The Hydrogen Bond and the Water Molecule.
The Physics and Chemistry of Water, Aqueous and Bio-Media.

The Hydrogen Bond and the Water Molecule offers a synthesis of what is known and currently being researched on the topic of hydrogen bonds and water molecules. The most simple water molecular, H2O, is a fascinating but poorly understood molecule. Its unique ability to attract an exceptionally large number of hydrogen bonds induces the formation of a dense "hydrogen bond network" that has the potential to modify the properties of the surrounding molecules and their reactivities. The crucial role that water molecules play is described in this book. The author begins by providing an overview of the thermodynamical and structural properties of H-bonds before examining their much less known dynamical properties, which makes them appear as centres of reactivity. Methods used to observe these components are also reviewed. In the second part of the book the role played by the dense H-bond network developed by H2O molecules is examined. First in ice, where it has important atmospheric consequences, then in liquid water, and finally in macromolecules where it sheds some original light on the fundamental question "How is it that without water and hydrogen bonds life would not exist?". This book will be of interest to researchers in the fields of physics, chemistry, biochemistry and molecular biology. It can also serve as a teaching aid for students attending course in chemical physics, chemistry or molecular biology. Engineers involved the water industry would benefit from reading this book, as would scientists working in pharmaceutics, cosmetics and materials.

Elsevier Science; 2006


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