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humin

[′hyü·mən]
(geology)
(organic chemistry)
An insoluble pigment formed in the acid hydrolysis of a protein that contains tryptophan.
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TABLE 1: Organic carbon (C) content on 0-40 cm soil layer in the fulvic acids (AF), humic acids (AH) and humin (HUM) of humic substances and sum of these three fractions (SOMA) on four situations of soil use in a Humic Dystrupept in southern Brazilian highlands.
The perusal of pooled data on humin content in soil under soybean-safflower cropping system indicates significantly higher humin in treatment [T.
The analytical overview of the total organic matter and the four organic fractions (light organic matter, humin, humic acid and fulvic acids) of the studied soil profiles, shows remarkable differences from one horizon to another in within the same profile.
Kang SH, Xing BS (2005) Phenanthrene sorption to sequentially extracted soil humic acids and humins.
Comparing dates from soil profiles at eight localities in Brazil, the authors showed that dates obtained from total soil organic matter (SOM) showed significantly younger ages than the humin fraction (considered to be the older organic component of the soil) or than ages obtained from charcoal.
Divided by chemical and physical characteristics, HS are separated into categories called humic acid (HA), fulvic acid (FA), and humin.
3: ede humeis katharoi este dia ton logon hon lelaleka humin (30) In this verse, the crucial phrase is "dia ton logon": "by the word.
Hangul, which markets its own popular word processing software to schools and universities, has also lashed out at local competitor Samsung Electronics which recently also launched a special promotion to schools of its newly developed officeware, Humin Chongum 2000, offering a 70% discount off the book price.
soluble phenolics, lignin, humin, fulvic acids, and humic acids.
This sludge is referred to as humin and is suspected of being carcinogenic.
a Kentucky corporation ("Paragon"), to begin focusing on future growth," said Ron Humin, Chairman and President of Keller.