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A mechanism for storage and retrieval of acid in acid soils



A mechanism for storage and retrieval of acid in acid soils



Effects of accumulation of air pollutants in forest ecosystems: 157-170



Model calculations showed that Al-OH-SO4 compounds similar to the mineral jurbanite (AlOHSO4) may be involved in the acidity of soils affected by acid rain.

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