2013

Functions of Natural Organic Matter in Changing Environment

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ISBN: 978-94-007-5633-5 (Print) 978-94-007-5634-2 (Online)

Table of contents (211 chapters)

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  1. Front Matter

    Pages i-xxxii

  2. Formation, Structure and Characteristics of HS and NOM

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      Revisiting Structural Insights Provided by Analytical Pyrolysis About Humic Substances and Related Bio- and Geo-Polymers

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      The Role of Mineral Complexation and Metal Redox Coupling in Carbon Cycling and Stabilization

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      Pages 13-17

      Elucidating the Biogeochemical Memory of the Oceans by Means of High-Resolution Organic Structural Spectroscopy

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      Correlating Bulk Optical Spectroscopy and Ultrahigh-Resolution Mass Spectrometry to Determine the Molecular Composition of Dissolved Organic Matter in Northern Peatlands

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      Pages 25-29

      Effects of Synthetic Quinones as Electron Shuttles on Geothite Reduction and Current Generation by Klebsiella pneumoniae L17

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      Pages 31-36

      Dynamics of Newly Formed Humic Acid and Fulvic Acid in Aggregates After Addition of the 14C-Labelled Wheat Straw in a Typic Hapludoll of Northeast China

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      Pages 37-42

      FTIR Analysis of Soil Organic Matter to Link the Turnover of Organic Inputs with Carbon Respiration Rates

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      Pages 43-47

      Characterization of Soil Humic Substances Using Mid-infrared Photoacoustic Spectroscopy

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      Pages 49-53

      Splitting of Soil Humic Acid Fluorescence on Different Fluorophores

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      Pages 55-59

      Lumping or Splitting: Holistic or Fractionation Approaches to Studies of Humic Substances

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      Pages 61-65

      The Fate of Mineral Particles in Bulk Peat and Corresponding Humic Acids Throughout an Ombrotrophic Bog Profile: Atmospheric Dust Depositions vs Mineralization Processes

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      Pages 67-71

      HS-Protein Associates in the Aqueous/Oil System: Composition and Colloidal Properties

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      Pages 73-77

      Integrated Physical-Chemical Procedure for Soil Organic Carbon Fractionation and Characterization During Transition to Organic Farming

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      Pages 79-84

      Sulfur-Containing Molecules Observed in Hydrophobic and Amphiphilic Fractions of Dissolved Organic Matter by Fourier Transform Ion Cyclotron Resonance Mass Spectrometry

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      Pages 85-88

      Standard and Reference Samples of Humic Acids, Fulvic Acids, and Natural Organic Matter from the Suwannee River, Georgia: Thirty Years of Isolation and Characterization

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      Pages 89-94

      Molecular Understanding of a Humic Acid by “Humeomic” Fractionation and Benefits from Preliminary HPSEC Separation

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      Pages 95-99

      Microbiological Oil Transformation to Humic-Like Substances

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      Pages 101-105

      Genesis of Peat Humic Acid Structure and Properties Within Bog Profiles

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      Pages 107-111

      Influence of Biota on Low Molecular Weight Organic Acids in Soil Solutions of Taiga and Tundra Soils in the East-European Russia

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      Pages 113-117

      The Complementary Use of UV, EPR and SEC to Study the Structural Changes of Humic Substances During Wood Waste Composting

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