Humic and Fulvic Acids: Isolation, Structure, and Environmental Role, Volume 651
Jeffrey S. Gaffney, Nancy A. Marley, Sue B. Clark
American Chemical Society, Jan 1, 1996 - Science - 338 pages
Presents molecular properties and sampling methods for humic and fulvic acids and organic colloids. Reviews chemical characterization and structural determination methods using IR, NMR, GC/MS, and fluorescence spectroscopy. Provides information on metal binding, including radionuclides. Describes the migration and transport of metals and radionuclides by humic and fulvic acids. Discusses interactions of organic pollutants with humic and fulvic acids.
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Micellar Nature of Humic Colloids
The Use of HollowFiber Ultrafilters for the Isolation
A New Approach to the Structural Analysis of Humic
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13C NMR 15N NMR acid Foam acid methyl ester Acta actinides Al3+ alginic acid aliphatic Anal aniline aquatic aqueous aromatic carboxyl content cations characterization Chem chemical chromatography colloids complex compounds concentration Creek Cu2+ degradation dissociation emission enhancement Environ equation equilibrium ester europium fatty acids Figure filter fluorescence intensity fluorescence quenching Foam humic acid foam-extract humic acid fractions fulvic acid fulvic and humic functional groups Geochem GoHy Gorleben groundwaters humic acid humic and fulvic humic materials humic substances hydrophobic hydroxide IHSS increase indicates interactions isotope ligand lignin metal ion method methyl molecular weight molecules nitrogen NMR spectra obtained organic carbon organic matter oxidation peak peroxidase phase phenolic phosphate phytic acid polyelectrolyte present pyrene pyrolysis Radiochim radionuclides ratio raw foam reaction samples Schnitzer Schulten signal solid solubility solution spectroscopy spectrum Stream fulvic acid Stream humic structure studies Suwannee River technique Technol titration TMAH wavelength