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Peripheral components of a humic acid from white peat


, : Peripheral components of a humic acid from white peat. Gottinger Bodenkundliche Berichte. 17: 105-208

The humic acid contained 3.05 % N and 56.56 % C, showed C/N ratios of 18.64 (60.6 in the nucleus and 6.95 at the periphery) and contained various amino-. and organic-acids.

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