By M. H. B. Hayes
In keeping with the contributions given at a number one foreign convention, this quantity concentrates on advancements within the environmentally-friendly disposal of sludges and at the reawakened curiosity in composting which has emerged due to major eu directives.
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Pp. 101-103 Byrne, E. 1979. Chemical Analyses of Agricultural Materials. An Foras Taluntais, Dublin. F. 1972. Chemical properties of organic matter extracted from a number of horizons by a number of methods. Can. J. Soil, Sci. 52:67-77 Filipek, T. and L. Powlowski 1990. Total and heavy metal content of some soils of the Lublin mining region. The Sci. of the Total Environ, 96:131-137. Herrmann, M. 1992. Evaluation of the EEC laboratory ring test. Adsorption/desorption of chemicals in soils, p. 78-142..
K. R. -R. Schulten. 1989. Thermal degradation relevant to structural studies of humic studies, p. 181-222. B. Hayes, P. L. S. Swift (eds), Humic Substances II: In Search of Structure. Wiley, Chichester. J. A. Rice. 1998. Comparison of desorption mass spectrometry techniques for the characterization of fulvic acid. E. Clapp et al. (eds), Humic Substances IV. For publication by IHSS. B. J. Greenland. 1981. Adsorption, p. 221-400. J. B. Hayes (eds), The Chemistry of Soil Processes. Wiley, Chichester.
29:88-94. Investigations of Some Structural Properties of Humic Substances by Fluorescence Quenching LP. B. Hayes THE UNIVERSITY OF BIRMINGHAM. SCHOOL OF CHEMISTRY, EDGBASTON, BIRMINGHAM B15 2TT, ENGLAND Abstract Humic substances (HS) were sequentially and exhaustively isolated from a podzolic A horizon. 6). Isolates were fractionated using XAD-8 and XAD-4 resins in tandem. Binding constants (K ) for pyrene were calculated for the various fractions using fluorescence spectroscopy A general trend was seen in which the less highly charged molecules exhibited larger K values.
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