Environmental Organic Chemistry is an enlightening and comprehensive book that delves into the fascinating realm where organic chemistry intersects with environmental science. It serves as an invaluable resource, offering a profound understanding of the intricate chemical processes and interactions that shape our environment. This book sets itself apart by seamlessly merging the principles of organic chemistry with the study of the environment. By exploring the behavior of organic compounds in various environmental media such as air, water, soil, and living organisms, readers gain a profound insight into their sources, transformations, and ultimate fate. The book is designed to bridge the gap between theory and practice, making it suitable for both students and professionals in the fields of chemistry, environmental science, and related disciplines. It incorporates a balanced blend of theoretical concepts, practical applications, and real-world examples to illustrate the relevance and significance of environmental organic chemistry. A distinguishing feature of this book is its emphasis on sustainable chemistry approaches. It underscores the importance of pollution prevention, remediation, and the design of safer chemicals, promoting a holistic and environmentally conscious approach to chemistry. By integrating these principles, readers are empowered to contribute to the development of sustainable solutions for pressing environmental challenges. Authored by a team of accomplished researchers and educators, this book showcases their expertise and presents the latest advancements in the field. It covers a wide range of topics including toxicology, risk assessment, environmental monitoring, and the fate of organic pollutants.