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Application of chemoluminescence in the liquid phase to soil analysis. II. Quantitative control of the rate of oxidation of soil organic matter during extraction






Roczniki Gleboznawcze 24(2): 495-518

Application of chemoluminescence in the liquid phase to soil analysis. II. Quantitative control of the rate of oxidation of soil organic matter during extraction

An attempt was made at determining the oxidative degradation and polymerization of soil organic matter by means of quantitative measurements of the intensity of chemoluminescence.


Accession: 000023845



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