Interactions of fulvic acid with aluminium and a proto‐imogolite sol: the contribution of E‐horizon eluates to podzolization

@inproceedings{Farmer2001InteractionsOF,
  title={Interactions of fulvic acid with aluminium and a proto‐imogolite sol: the contribution of E‐horizon eluates to podzolization},
  author={Victor Farmer and David G. Lumsdon},
  year={2001}
}
Summary The podzolization process is examined in the light of measurements of the solubility characteristics of aluminium fulvate, the extent of dissolution of a proto-imogolite sol by fulvic acid, the adsorption capacity of proto-imogolite for fulvic acid and aluminium fulvate, and published evidence. Fulvic acid at 500 mg l−1 acting on a proto-imogolite (PI) preparation containing 0.95 mmol l−1 Al as PI did not bring enough Al into solution at pH 4.5–5.0 over 4–15 months to cause… CONTINUE READING

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