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A macroscopic basis for soil chemistry

, : A macroscopic basis for soil chemistry. Soil Science 131(5): 276-283

A macrosystem treatment of the physical chemistry of ions and water in soil systems is presented and compared with the development of microsystem theories. This macrosystem approach uses functions that are always related to the vapor pressure of the constituents.


DOI: 10.1097/00010694-198105000-00003

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