TITLE

Preparative yield and properties of humic acids obtained by sequential alkaline extractions

AUTHOR(S)
Kholodov, V.; Yaroslavtseva, N.; Konstantinov, A.; Perminova, I.
PUB. DATE
October 2015
SOURCE
Eurasian Soil Science;Oct2015, Vol. 48 Issue 10, p1101
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The preparative yield, composition, and structure of humic acids obtained by sequential alkaline extractions from two soils (a soddy-podzolic soil under forest and a typical chernozem in treatment with permanent black fallow of a long-term experiment since 1964) have been studied. The preparative yield of humic acids from the first extraction is 0.40 and 0.94% for the soddy-podzolic soil (Retisols) and the chernozem, respectively. The preparative yield from the second extraction is lower by several times, and the yield from the third extraction is lower by an order of magnitude. The study of the obtained preparations by elemental analysis, gel-permeation chromatography, and C NMR spectroscopy has shown insignificant changes in the elemental, molecular-weight, and structural-group composition of humic acids among the extractions. It has been supposed that this is related to the soil features: typical climatic factors for the formation of soil subtype in the case of soddy-podzolic soil and the land use in the long-term experiment in the case of typical chernozem. It has been concluded that that a single extraction is sufficient for the separation of humic acids and the preparation of a representative sample.
ACCESSION #
110262100

 

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