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Theoretical considerations of the partition uptake of nonionic organic compounds by soil organic matter

, : Theoretical considerations of the partition uptake of nonionic organic compounds by soil organic matter. SSSA Special Publication, Soil Science Society of America (22): 1-29

The following subjects are reviewed: (1) partition characteristics in solvent-water systems; (2) sorption by soil in aqueous systems; and (3) sorption of organic vapours by soil humic acid.


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