Humic acids from oxidized coals I. Elemental composition, titration curves, heavy metals in HA samples, nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of HAs and infrared spectroscopy.

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The formation of humic acids (HAs) from bituminous coal was verified by laboratory oxidation. In a relatively short time the oxidation by air at temperature above 150 degrees C led to the formation of HAs. These HAs were compared with those isolated from oxidized bituminous coal from the vicinity of red bed bodies, from weathered bituminous coal… (More)

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@article{Kurkov2004HumicAF, title={Humic acids from oxidized coals I. Elemental composition, titration curves, heavy metals in HA samples, nuclear magnetic resonance spectra of HAs and infrared spectroscopy.}, author={Monika Kurkov{\'a} and Zdeněk Klika and Christiana Klikov{\'a} and Josef Havel}, journal={Chemosphere}, year={2004}, volume={54 8}, pages={1237-45} }