1]H NMR spectrum in aqueous solution of the fulvic acid
from the 1:5 coal:[H.
2]) and the fulvic acid
fraction of the metal--organic-complex-bound Cd (r = 0.
Zalba P, Quiroga AR (1999) Fulvic acid
carbon as a diagnostic feature for agricultural soil evaluation.
The transformation of peat organic matter by chemical, biochemical and biological decay leads to the formation of a number of chemical substances among which humic, and fulvic acids
and their salts, cellulose, lignite, bitumens, peptides, enzymes and fats are the most common (Szajdak et al.
oxidation state detection using fluorescence spectroscopy.
Glass transition behavior in a peat humic acid and in an aquatic fulvic acid
Statistical determination of the molecular structure and the metal binding sites of fulvic acids
Dixon AM, Mai MA, Larive CK: NMR investigation of the interactions between 4'-fluoro-1'-acetonaphthone and the Suwannee river fulvic acid
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It took 8-10 one-hour treatments with NaOH before the solutions appeared clear; we then did three additional extractions to ensure complete removal of the humic and fulvic acid
They also add manganese oxides and fulvic acid
, a common humic compound, to water from the Gulf of Mexico, which contained a low concentration of humics.
is really rich in minerals and nutrients.
Hansen EH, Schnitzer M (1969) Zn-dust distillation and fusion of a soil humic and fulvic acid