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By Dr. Stefan Trapp, Prof. Dr. Michael Matthies (auth.)

The publication is for these attracted to modeling publicity to chemical compounds. It includes components: half one is the textual content e-book which permits the reader to profit concerning the dynamic habit of chemical compounds in our surroundings. fundamentals of publicity estimation, arithmetic and chemistry are defined within the first chapters, through a consultant to publicity versions for all environmental media. half is the software program software "Cemos" (Chemical publicity version approach) such as 9 publicity versions, a substance database with twelve info units, information estimation routines, quality insurance instruments and a hypertext online aid. The disk is instantly put in and runs on DOS 3.3 or better (up to home windows NT). the great Cemos guide is additionally integrated. it's just like the web aid. All equations utilized in this system are defined intimately, making the calculations totally obvious. routines with options, instance calculations and a database aid the reader to benefit approximately and observe publicity models.

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It follows: Cl \'I + ClKzl Vz + ... + ClKnl v" In equilibrium, we have CdC l m m \'I + K21 Vz + ... 2 Partition Models for Multi-Compartment Systems camp. 2 camp. 51 camp. n - inp~ - I--- h ---g- --:;;::-eo- output b Fig. 2. Level 2; system in equilibrium, with source and sink where i = 1, . , n = air, water, soil, sediment, fish .. this depends on the environmental system that is to be simulated. level 2: Equilibrium with source and sink, steady-state Here we assume that a continuous input into the system exists.

1. 9 . 6 . 2. 65. 14. 05. ) and water is described by the n-octanol-water partition coefficient Kow (unit kg substance per m 3 octanol to kg substance per m 3 water). 4) Co is the equilibrium concentration of a substance in n-octanol, and Cw is that in water. The Kow is used as a predictor for the partitioning between lipid phases in the environment and water (Mackay et al. 1985). Measured values are available for many compounds (Lyman et al. 1990, Suzuki and Kudo 1990, Rippen 1995). 2). N-octanol is an aliphatic, unchained compound with an OH-group at one end.

28) Instead of the scalar exponent, we have here the matrix exponential. 29) The calculation of the matrix exponential exp(At) can be found in the relevant text books on systems science (Luenberger 1979) or on differential equations (Braun 1983). For other input vectors (pulses, periodic input), solutions can be taken from systems theory (Luenberger 1979). 4 Numerical Solution Methods for Ordinary Differential Equations Advantages and disadvantages of numerical methods Numerics is a special field within mathematics.

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