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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

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



Accession: 015516374



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