Soil-water Interactions: Mechanisms and Applications
Taylor & Francis, 1988 - Technology & Engineering - 380 pages
Energy concept and thermodynamics of water in soil; energy concept of water in soil; thermodynamics of water in soil; hysteresis in soil water phenomena; interaction between soil particles and soil solution; physical properties of substances taking part in the interactions between soil solution and soil particles; interaction between water and an uncharged soil particle; distribution of ions in the neighborhood of a soil particle; heat of immersion of clays in water; soil freezing; interactions between particles through water; capillarity; water flow through soil; unsaturated water movement; field water regimes; water in upland soils; water balance in rice paddy fields; drainage of clayey rice paddy fields; interaction of chemicals and water in paddy fields.
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Hysteresis in Soil Water Phenomena
Interaction Between Soil Particles and Soil Solution
Interaction Between Particles Through Water
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