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### Lecture.Packet.3.Equil.Partitioning

Course: CEE 440, Spring 2011
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3. CHAPTER CONTAMINANT PROPERTIES AFFECTING POLLUTANT FATE AND REMEDIATION My teaching goals for Chapter 3 are for you to: 1. Use thermodynamic relationships to determine whether a system is at equilibrium. 2. Calculate the distribution of chemicals between different phases. 3. Use Fick's laws to calculate diffusion rates for chemicals in air and water. 4. Use boundary layer theory to calculate the rate that...

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