4 edition of Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants found in the catalog.
January 1, 2001
by Soil Science Society of America
Written in English
|Contributions||C. E. Clapp (Editor), M. H. B. Hayes (Editor), N. Senesi (Editor), P. R. Bloom (Editor), P. M. Jardine (Editor), E. C. Clapp (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||502|
Humic substances, the remarkable brown biomaterials in animals, coals, plants, sediments, soils and waters, are crucial components of the carbon cycle and other life processes. Thus greater knowledge and understanding of these versatile materials is of great importance to the productivity, health and safety of the world's ecosystems, humans, land and water. Summary. The field of humic matter research has undergone drastic changes in concepts and principles since the first edition of Humic Matter in Soil and the Environment: Principles and Controversies was published more than a decade ago. Still the only book of its kind specifically addressing humic acid principles and controversies, the Second Edition presents the newest advances in humic acid.
Properties of humic substances. Humic acids - the fraction of humic substances that is not soluble in water under acidic conditions (pH 2) but is soluble at higher pH can be extracted from soil by various reagents and which is insoluble in dilute acid. Humic acids are the major extractable component of soil humic substances. This book contains 23 papers discussing the various aspects of humic substances, viz., (i) composition and structure, (ii) interaction with xenobiotics, (iii) interaction with trace metals, and (iv) modelling organic colloid-facilitated transport of contaminants.
Humic acid is not a humic substance. This article has many serious problems, starting from its name. Apparently "humic substance" is a relatively rarely used term and concept, which refers to compounds present in untreated humus; whereas "humic acid", "fulvic acid" and "humin" are not "humic substances", but compounds derived from humus by chemical treatment. Humic substances, humin, extraction, fractionation, XAD resins, proton and 13 C NMR. Introduction In the classical definitions soil humic substances (HS) are defined as amorphous, polymeric, brown coloured substances that are differentiated on the basis of solubility properties (Hayes and Swift ) into humic.
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As a service to all scientists who are interested in humic substances, we have compiled a list of reference books dealing with humic substances in soils, sediments, and natural waters.
We need input from readers to keep this list up-to-date. If you know of a good book that should be on this list, please inform [ ]. The lack of such provided the inspiration for Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants.
The Soil Science Society of America (SSSA) and the International Humic Substances Society (IHSS) gave their willing support to a proposal for a Workshop and a Symposium on the subject matter at the annual meetings of the American Society of Agronomy, the.
Book: Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants. Published by: Soil Science Society of America This chapter in HUMIC SUBSTANCES AND CHEMICAL CONTAMINANTS p. Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants C.E. Clapp, M.H.B. Hayes, N. Senesi, P.R.
Bloom and P.M. Jardine (ed.) ISBN: Cited by: A companion CD combines computational chemistry, scanning probe microscopy, and animation to visualize the chemical reactivity of humic substances. Also available: Digital Imaging and Spectral Techniques: Applications to Precision Agriculture and Crop Physiology - ISBN Chemical Processes in Soils - ISBN Methods of Soil Cited by: There is up to three times more humic substances (HS) below the soil surface than there is living matter on it.
These HS are the major sinks of organic C, have important roles in soil fertility, and are considered to have primal relevance for the stabilization of soil aggregates. and humic-metals interactions, but there has not been any single treatise that deals with all aspects ofthese interactions.
The lack ofsuch provided the inspiration for Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants. The Soil Science Society ofAmer ica (SSSA) and the International Humic Substances Society (IHSS) gave their will. The properties of humic substances (HSs) in plants, soils and sediments regulate the environment and affect all aspects of like, yet they are only very imprecisely understood.
This volume presents work on HSs including instruments and techniques being developed to throw more light on their structure and relationship to macro- and micro-scopic. Shareable Link. Use the link below to share a full-text version of this article with your friends and colleagues.
Learn more. Walter H. Adey, Karen Loveland, in Dynamic Aquaria (Third Edition), HUMIC SUBSTANCE. Humic substances, in the past called “gelbstoff” or yellow compounds, are the end points of marine, freshwater, and soil organic polymer compounds, they are highly varying combinations of organic molecules (carbohydrates, amino acids, and fatty acids) and are also highly resistant to.
Humic substances are organic compounds that are important components of humus, the major organic fraction of soil, peat, and coal (and also a constituent of many upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and ocean water).For a long era in the 19th and 20th centuries, humic substances were often viewed through a lens of acid–base theory that described humic acids, as organic acids, and their.
Get this from a library. Humic substances and chemical contaminants: proceedings of a workshop and symposium cosponsored by the International Humic Substances Society, Divisions S-2, S-1, S-3, S-4, and S of the Soil Science Society of America, and Division A-5 of the American Society of Agronomy, Anaheim, California, October [C E Clapp;].
Humic acid is a chemical produced by decaying plants. People use it to make medicine. People take humic acid for stimulating the immune system and treating the flu (influenza), avian flu, swine. Humic Substances: Structures, Properties And Uses 1st Edition by E A Ghabbour (Editor), G.
Davies (Editor) ISBN ISBN Why is ISBN important. ISBN. This bar-code number lets you verify that you're getting exactly the right version or edition of a book.
chemical removal of pollutants by HSs in water treatment and water purification technologies. On the other hand, HA are considered to act also as contaminants due to their reac-tions with disinfectants which can generate by-products that are toxic to humans.
2 Research areas of the HSE11 conference The present Special Issue of the Journal of. Humic substances - Part 2: Interactions with organisms Article Literature Review (PDF Available) in Environmental Science and Pollution Research 15(2) April with Reads. In this chapter we review the literature on scanning probe microscopy (SPM), virtual reality (VR), and computational chemistry and our earlier work dealing with modeling lignin, lignin-carbohydrate complexes (LCC), humic substances (HSs) and non-bonded organo-mineral interactions.
Graphical representations of SPM images, VR images of the structure and morphology of minerals. Humic substances (HS) are major components of the natural organic matter (NOM) in soil and water as well as in geological organic deposits such as lake sediments, peats, brown coals and shales. They make up much of the characteristic brown color of decaying plant debris and contribute to the brown or black color in surface [ ].
Humic substances, the remarkable brown biomaterials in animals, coals, plants, sediments, soils and waters, are crucial components of the carbon cycle and other life processes. Thus greater knowledge and understanding of these versatile materials is of great importance to the productivity, health and safety of the world's ecosystems, humans, land and water.4/5(1).
Aquatic Humic Substances as Sources and Sinks of Photochemically Produced Transient Reactants Jürg Hoigné, Bruce C. Faust, Werner R. Haag, Frank E. Scully Jr. Here is a cohesive compilation of recent research results into the many aspects of water purification.
Major sections cover the characterization and environmental impact of aquatic humic substances, their reactions in natural water and sediments, and their influences on water treatment.
Topics examined include hazardous waste chemicals, water solubility enhancement, sorption, metal speciation. PDF | On Jan 1,C.E.
Clapp and others published Molecular Sizes and Association Forces of Humic Substances in Solution | Find, read and cite all the research you need on ResearchGate.Humic substances occur in all kinds of aquatic systems, but are particularly important in northern, coniferous areas.
They strongly modify the aquatic ecosystems and also constitute a major problem in the drinking water volume covers all aspects of aquatic humic substances, from their.Uri Mingelgrin, Binding of Small Organic Molecules by Soluble Humic Substances, Humic Substances and Chemical Contaminants, undefined, (), ().
Wiley Online Library D. E. Stott, J. P. Martin, Synthesis and Degradation of Natural and Synthetic Humic Material in Soils, Humic Substances in Soil and Crop Sciences: Selected Readings.