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Direct effects and interactions involving iron and humic acid during formation of colloidal phosphorus



Direct effects and interactions involving iron and humic acid during formation of colloidal phosphorus



Sediments and water interactions: proceedings of the Third International Symposium on Interactions Between Sediments and Water held in Geneva Switzerland August 27-31-1984 edited by Peter G Sly: 470




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