Can assessing for potential contribution of soil organic and inorganic components for butachlor sorption be improved?

@article{He2011CanAF,
  title={Can assessing for potential contribution of soil organic and inorganic components for butachlor sorption be improved?},
  author={Yan He and Zhongzhen Liu and Jian Zhang and Haizhen Wang and Jiachun Shi and Jianming Xu},
  journal={Journal of environmental quality},
  year={2011},
  volume={40 6},
  pages={1705-13}
}
Sorption of butachlor to various types of common soil components was investigated. Six pure minerals (montmorillonite [Mont], kaolinite [Kaol], Ca homoionic montmorillonite [Ca-Mont] and kaolinite [Ca-Kaol], amorphous hydrated Al and Fe oxides [AHOs-Al, AHOs-Fe]), four soil alkali-extractable pure humic acids (HAs), and the four corresponding HAs originated real unmodified and HO-treated soils were selected as the representative sorbents. Results showed that the HAs played a crucial role, and… CONTINUE READING