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Humic acids. VI. Investigation of the acceleration of dehydration reactions by model substances of pre-humic acids and humic-acid decomposition products.



Humic acids. VI. Investigation of the acceleration of dehydration reactions by model substances of pre-humic acids and humic-acid decomposition products.



Z. PflErnahr. Dung, 68: 255-269



Tests using a modified Thunberg technique and the method of oxidative de-amination showed that the de-amination of amino acids and oxidation of ascorbic acid were accelerated by various quinones.

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