Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry of Oxygen Species

Environmental Toxicology and Chemistry of Oxygen Species

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in Vorbereitung

Properties, sources of formation, reactions, and detection of oxygen species form the first part of this volume.
Biochemical, toxicological and environmental aspects are dealt with in detail in the following chapters. This information provides the basis for a state-of-the-art understanding of the role of oxygen species in environmental pollution and as a health hazard.

Chemical Aspects: Properties of Activated Oxygen Species
Role of Transition Metal Ions in Generation of Oxygen Species and Their Interconversion
Reactions of Oxygen Free Radicals and Singlet Oxygen
Detection of Oxygen Species and Singlet Oxygen. Environmental Aspects: Biological Damage Caused by Reactive Oxygen Species
Possible Useful Roles of Reactive Oxygen Species
Cell and Tissue Mechanisms of Protection Against Oxygen Free Radicals and Singlet Oxygen Damage
Role of Oxygen Species in Air and Water Environments
Subject Index.
ISBN 978-3-662-14779-5
Artikelnummer 9783662147795
Medientyp Buch
Copyrightjahr 2013
Verlag Springer, Berlin
Umfang XV, 265 Seiten
Abbildungen XV, 265 p. 17 illus.
Sprache Englisch