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Effect of specific adsorption of ions on electrokinetic properties of variable charge soils



Effect of specific adsorption of ions on electrokinetic properties of variable charge soils



Pedosphere 1(1): 41-50



Studies were carried out on the effects of the specific adsorption of anions (SO42-, PO43-, and F-), cations (Ca2+, Mn2+, Zn2+, and Cu2+) and anions plus cations (Zn2+ and SO42-) on the electrokinetic properties of red soils as typifying variable charge soils in China.

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