Dear Water Institute community,

 

Please share this course offering with students interested in thermodynamic and kinetic controls on the chemical composition of water that will be offered in Spring 2022 (Fulfills HSAC Topic 3, Hydrologic Chemistry requirement).

 

This course is designed to introduce students to thermodynamic and kinetic controls of chemical compositions of “natural” water – in other words the class does not include waste water, water management, water treatments, or similar engineered systems.  These fundamental chemical principles are applied to various reaction mechanisms that occur between fresh water and the atmosphere, carbonate, silicate and metal-oxide minerals.  Some reactions in seawater are sometimes included depending on the interests of students in the class.  Learning outcomes include:

 

Pelasse direct questions to Jon Martin ([log in to unmask])

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Paloma Carton de Grammont, Ph.D. (She/Her/Ella)

Research Coordinator

UF Water Institute

PO Box 116601

University of Florida

Gainesville, FL 32611

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Carbonate Critical Zones RCN Coordinator