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The effect of soil mineral-organic matter interaction on simazine adsorption and desorption

AuthorsZsolnay, A.; Hermosín, M.C. ; Piccolo, A.; Gianfreda, L.
Issue Date2002
CitationDevelopments in Soil Science 28 Part A: 137-142 (2002)
AbstractThe desorption behaviour of simazine from a pure clay (montmorillonite), two >pure> humic substances, and from clay-humic complexes was investigated using a dynamic column system. The mobile and non-mobile fractions of simazine, the first order desorption coefficient, and the in situ distribution coefficient were measured. Generally, the desorption properties of simazine from the clay-humic complexes could not be predicted from those obtained from the studies done with a pure clay or humic substances alone.
Identifiersdoi: 10.1016/S0166-2481(02)80050-2
issn: 0166-0918
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