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humic

[′hyü·mik]
(geology)
Pertaining to or derived from humus.
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Balcke GU, Kulikova NA, Hesse S, Kopinke FD, Perminova IV, Frimmel FH (2002) Adsorption of humic substances onto kaolin clay related to their structural features.
Natural humic substances (HS) represent the whole ensemble of yellow to dark brown coloured organic molecules that originate preferably from decaying plant materials during humification.
Humic substances are nonvolatile, semi-polar polymers composed of a "chicken wire" pattern of aromatic carbon rings that are [10.
Measurements of the structural parameters for the interaction of uranium(VI) with natural and synthetic humic acids using EXAFS // Radiochim.
Ghabbour and Davies, both affiliated with Northeastern University, gather selected papers from a 2004 seminar, synthesizing the latest international research on humic substances and providing researchers, professionals, and graduate students with information emerging from the field.
Studies on the composition of humic matter and metal-organic complexes
Matched pairs of humic acid and acid residue fractions were determined for an olive pit incorporated in plaster (sample CR-16) and a composite sample of small charcoal fragments (sample CR-22) incorporated in a compacted, but uncemented, floor.
Comparisons of sediments reveal that metal concentrations in humic matter can be up to 1,000 times greater than those not containing humic matter.
are the rightful owners of the concept for BLACKWATER[TM], a beverage enriched with fulvic and humic acid.
The Company produces and distributes humic acid-based compound fertilizers, other varieties of compound fertilizers and agricultural products through its wholly-owned subsidiaries, i.
Humic substances from pith soil were extracted in sodium hydroxide and hydrochloric acid (Kompiang and Supriyati, 2007).