Direct speciation of phosphorus in alum-amended poultry litter: solid-state 31P NMR investigation.

@article{Hunger2004DirectSO,
  title={Direct speciation of phosphorus in alum-amended poultry litter: solid-state 31P NMR investigation.},
  author={Stefan Hunger and Herman Cho and J. Thomas Sims and Donald Lewis Sparks},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2004},
  volume={38 3},
  pages={674-81}
}
Amending poultry litter (PL) with aluminum sulfate (alum) has proven to be effective in reducing water-soluble phosphorus (P) in the litter and in runoff from fields that have received PL applications; it has therefore been suggested as a best management practice. Although its effectiveness has been demonstrated on a macroscopic scale in the field, little is known about P speciation in either alum-amended or unamended litter. This knowledge is important forthe evaluation of the long-term… CONTINUE READING
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