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Use of Low Temperature Ashing coupled with DRIFT-FTIR spectroscopy to characterize soil organic matter resistance to degradation

AuthorsPiedra-Buena, Ana; Pucci, A.; Tinoco, Pilar; Almendros Martín, Gonzalo ; D’Acqui, L. P.
KeywordsSoil organic matter
Issue Date2008
AbstractLow Temperature Ashing (LTA) by oxygen plasma can be used to remove soil organic matter (SOM) from the mineral matrix of soil aggregates with minimal disturbance and damage to the inorganic constituents (refs). The monitoring of the gradual oxidation of SOM can be performed by both chemical and spectroscopical (DRIFT-FTIR) methods. The aim of this work was to characterize the organic carbon removal dynamics in soil and to assess the protective function of aggregates on SOM.
DescriptionPoster presentado al 5th International Symposium of Interactions of Soil Minerals with Organic Components and Microorganisms (ISMOM) 2008, Pucón (Chile)
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