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Effects of direct land application of calcitic lime and lime- and cement kiln dust-sanitized biosolids on the chemical and spectroscopic characteristics of soil lipids



Effects of direct land application of calcitic lime and lime- and cement kiln dust-sanitized biosolids on the chemical and spectroscopic characteristics of soil lipids



Soil Science 164(5): 322-330



Lipids extracted from an unamended soil, and from soils amended with calcitic lime (CAL), and lime (LSB)- and cement kiln dust (CDB)-sanitized biosolids were characterized by chemical analysis and Pyrolysis-GC.

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