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Effect of residual vanadyl ions on the spectroscopic analysis of humic acids: a multivariate approach

AuthorsNovotny, Etelvino; Knicker, Heike ; Martin Neto, L.; Azeredo, R. V. B.; Hayes, M. H. B.
Issue DateJun-2008
PublisherBritish Society of Soil Science
CitationEuropean Journal of Soil Science 59 (3): 439–444 (2008)
AbstractIn a study of the vanadyl (VO2þ )-humic acids system, the residual vanadyl ion suppressed fluorescence and specific electron paramagnetic resonance (EPR) and NMR signals. In the case of NMR, the proton rotating frame relaxation times (T1q H) indicate that this suppression is due to an inefficient H-C cross polarization, which is a consequence of a shortening of T1q H. Principal components analysis (PCA) facilitated the isolation of the effect of the VO2þ ion and indicated that the organic free radical signal was due to at least two paramagnetic centres and that the VO2þ ion preferentially suppressed the species whose electronic density is delocalized over O atoms (greater g-factor). Additionally, the newly obtained variables (principal components – PC) indicated that, as the result of the more intense tillage a relative increase occurred in the accumulation of: (i) recalcitrant structures; (ii) lignin and long-chain alkyl structures; and (iii) organic free radicals with smaller g-factors.
Description6 pages, 3 figures, 2 tables, 29 references.
Publisher version (URL)http://dx.doi.org/10.1111/j.1365-2389.2007.00983.x
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