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Editors: Libuse Madronova (Research Institute of Inorganic Chemistry, Czech Republic)
Book Description:
In the period of more than twenty years, the Research Institute of Inorganic Chemistry in the Czech Republic, together with various other universities, research institutes and commercial organizations, worked on projects concerned with humic substances. The main reason was that the Czech Republic is rich in deposits of various raw materials potentially suitable for the production of humic substances. Main goals of the investigations were the selection of raw materials, as well as the determination of their chemical and physical properties. This book presents the results of these extensive investigation.


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Table of Contents:
Preface

Chapter 1. Preparation and Elemental Composition, pp. 1-19
(Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák, Josef Kozler, František Novák)

Chapter 2. FTIR spectra, pp. 21-33
(Vladimír Machovič, František Novák, Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák)

Chapter 3. 13C NMR Spectra in the Liquid and Solid States, pp. 35-46
(Richard Hrabal, Jiří Brus, Libuše Madronová, František Novák)

Chapter 4. Determination OF OH Groups by Wet Chemical Methods, pp. 47-60
(Pavel Kuráň, Pavel Janoš, Libuše Madronová, František Novák)

Chapter 5. Determination of Molecular Weights and Correlations with the E4/E6 Ratio, pp. 61-70
(Libuše Madronová, Pavel Janoš, František Novák)

Chapter 6. Thermal Analysis, Correlation between Physical and Chemical Propertes of Humic Acids, pp. 71-83
(Jiří Kučerík, František Novák, Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák)

Chapter 7. Biological Activity Determination, pp. 85-103
(Libuše Madronová, Jaromír Novák, Jaroslav Kubíček, Barbora Antošová, Josef Kozler, František Novák)

Chapter 8. Oxidation of Coal-Based Raw Materials by Nitric Acid,.pp. 105-123
(Jaromír Novák, František Novák, Libuše Madronová, Vladimír Machovič, Josef Kozler)

List of Symbols, pp. 125

Index pp.123-129

   Series:
      Chemistry Research and Applications
      Environmental Science, Engineering and Technology
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 129.pp
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-965-0
   Status: AV
  
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