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These contradictory statements inspired us to carry out our own analyses of humic matter
in the groundwater of the town of Kogalym, Tyumen, Siberia, Russian Federation.
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Comparisons of sediments reveal that metal concentrations in humic matter
can be up to 1,000 times greater than those not containing humic matter
Dissolved humic matter
(DHM, detrital carbon of terrestrial or littoral origin) in surface waters, which was earlier considered as comparatively recalcitrant, especially with respect to bacterial utilization, has in recent years been shown to be markedly photoreactive (Kieber et al.
Effect of humic matter
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