Who should read and use this book, or at least keep it on their bookshelf? From our experience with the previous editions, and maybe still with a bit of wishful thinking, we are inclined to answer this question with “Everybody who has to deal with organic chemicals in the environment.” More specifically, we believe that the theoretical explanations and mathematical relationships discussed are very useful for chemistry professors and students who want both fundamental explanations and concrete applications that students can use to remember those chemical principles.

Likewise, we suggest that environmental and earth science professors as well as their students can utilize the chemical property information and quantitative descriptions of chemical cycling to think about how humans are playing an increasingly important role in changing the Earth system and how we may use specific chemicals as tracers of environmental processes.

Further, we believe that civil and environmental engineering professors and students will benefit from detailed understanding of the fundamental phenomena supporting existing mitigation and remedial designs, and they should gain insights that allow them to invent the engineering approaches of the future.

Finally, chemists and chemical engineers in industry should be able to use this book’s information to help make “green chemistry” decisions, whereas governmental regulators and environmental consultants can use the book in order to better assess the chemical uses they must permit and the problem sites they must assess and manage.

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