Pollution Impact on Malaysia´s Economic Growth:Green Economic Growth Halimahton Borhan, Elsadig Musa Ahmed
The book describes the chemical analysis of airborne and roadside soil particles in the City of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. Its emphasis is on the identification and quantification of trace organic pollutants present in such environmental samples using gas chromatography-mass spectrometry (GCMS). The major compound groups analyzed include alkanes, polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons (PAHs) and petroleum molecular markers. It is the spirit of this book to demonstrate the use of molecular markers as source identifiers by aiding in distinguishing biogenic versus petrogenic inputs to environmental samples. Comparing the organic pollutants content of the different environmental compartments (i.e., airborne particles and roadside soil particles) is as well illustrated to help understand the transport and fate of these pollutants in the environment. Typical fragmentograms of the characterized organic compounds are presented throughout the text.
Environmental Pollution Analysis:Characterization of solvent-extractable hydrocarbons from airborne particles and roadside soil particles of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia Nasr Y. M. Omar
Portable Outdoor Air Quali, Saiful Munir, The recent occurrence of haze in Malaysia has make the public to be more aware about the current air quality around them. This is because air pollution can cause severe effects to human health and environments. Th