Soil Organic Matter in Its Native State: Unravelling the Most Complex Biomaterial on Earth.

@article{Masoom2016SoilOM,
  title={Soil Organic Matter in Its Native State: Unravelling the Most Complex Biomaterial on Earth.},
  author={Hussain Masoom and Denis Courtier-Murias and Hashim Farooq and Ronald Soong and Brian P. Kelleher and Chao Zhang and Werner E. Maas and Michael Fey and R. Ahok Kumar and Martine M Monette and Henry J. Stronks and Myrna J. Simpson and Andre J. Simpson},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2016},
  volume={50 4},
  pages={1670-80}
}
Since the isolation of soil organic matter in 1786, tens of thousands of publications have searched for its structure. Nuclear magnetic resonance (NMR) spectroscopy has played a critical role in defining soil organic matter but traditional approaches remove key information such as the distribution of components at the soil-water interface and conformational information. Here a novel form of NMR with capabilities to study all physical phases termed Comprehensive Multiphase NMR, is applied to… CONTINUE READING
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