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Application and reliability of solid-state NMR in environmental sciences

AuthorsKnicker, Heike
Issue DateMay-2010
PublisherEuropean Geosciences Union
CitationGeophysical Research Abstract 12: 2194 (2010)
AbstractFor the characterization of soil organic matter, a suite of analytical approaches are available. Chemical degradative methods involve an extraction scheme with which the soluble part of the mixture is isolated and analyzed by colorimetrical or chromatographic means. Macromolecular structures can be subjected to thermolytic or combined thermochemolytic degradation. Because secondary reactions (rearrangement, cracking, hydrogenation and polymerization) in a heterogeneous mixture cannot be excluded, it is obvious that conclusions regarding the original structure in the macromolecular phase have to be drawn with caution.
DescriptionComunicación oral presentada en la Sesión SSS21 Magnetic resonance: new understandings and applications in soil and environmental science.-- Congreso celebrado del 2-7 mayo 2010, en Viena, Austria.
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