Soil solution chemistry: applications to environmental science and agriculture
Deals with all aspects of chemistry involving the fluid element found in soils. Stresses the direct analysis and interpretation of soil solution composition in order to gain insights into chemical reactivity and availability in soils. Contains practical laboratory and field techniques for obtaining and analyzing soil solutions. Also provides theoretical background on the physical and analytical chemistry involved.
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The Soil Solution
Chemical Statics and Dynamics Applied to Soil Solution
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acid soils activity coefficient Al3+ activity Aluminum anion approach bioavailability Ca2+ cation Cd2+ centrifugal displacement chelated chemical potential chemical reactivity colloidal complexes concentration constant described displaced soil solution distribution dynamic effects electrolyte environmental equation equilibrium exchange expressed extracts Fe3+ FIGURE flow fraction fulvic acid gibbsite herbicide hydrolysis intensity interactions ion activity ion pairs ion speciation models ionic strength kinetics ligands lysimeter lysimeter solutions lysimetry measured mmol Mn2+ mobility mole molecules obtained organic acids organic carbon organic matter phase component phytotoxicity plant pool pore pressure processes ratio reaction redox relative represents sampling saturation soil environment soil pH Soil Sci soil solid phase soil solution chemistry soil solution composition soil solution displacement soil solution pH soil systems soil water solubility solution chemistry sorbed sorption sorptive speciation species surface Table techniques temperature tension lysimeters thermodynamic toxicity trace metals Typic uptake variable Wolt xenobiotic