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Bascomb, C. L., 1964. Rapid method for the determination of cation exchange capacity of calcareous and non-calcareous soils. J. Sci. Fd. Agric. 15. 821–823. Bray, R. H. & Kurtz, L. T., 1945

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microelements in soils . Acta Agr. Fenn. 123 : 223 – 232 . 29. McLean , E. O. – Adams , D. – Franklin , R. E. : 1956 . Cation exchange capacities of plant roots as related to their

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. National Agricultural Advisory Service. Advis. Paper No. 4. Ministry of Agriculture, Fishery and Food. London, UK. McLean, E. O., Adams, D. & Franklin, R. E., 1956. Cation exchange capacities of plant roots as related

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dehydroxylation) to evaporation/decomposition of the intercalated surfactants [ 13 , 22 ]. However, in our recent study about organoclays prepared from montmorillonites with different cation exchange capacity and surfactant configuration [ 6 ], we found

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Baier, J., 1968. On the utilization of nutrients for photosynthetic production. Socialist Agric. Sci. 17. 1–14. Bascomb, C. L., 1964. Rapid method for the determination of cation exchange

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, J. , Solomon , D. , Kinyangi , J. , Grossman , J. , O’Neill , B. , Skjemstad , J. O. , Thies , J. , Luizao , F. J. , Petersen , J. , Neves. , E. G. 2006 . Black Carbon Increases Cation Exchange Capacity in Soils . Soil

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Crison 222 conductivimeter [ 12 ], respectively. Cation exchange capacity (CEC) was determined with NH 4 OAc/HOAc at pH 7.0 [ 13 ]. Total organic matter (TOM) and total organic carbon (TOC) were measured by the dry combustion method at 540 °C [ 14

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holding capacity or cation exchange capacity [ 8 ]. So, deinking sludges provide materials serving as a long-term source of organic matter [ 7 ]. However, since paper wastes are poor in phosphorus and nitrogen, supplemental sources of both elements must be

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) SWy2 used in this study was obtained from the Clay Mineral Society Repository in Wyoming and supplied by the University of Missouri, USA. The exchangeable cation in between Ca 2+ and Mon layers is represented by the cation exchange capacity (CEC) of

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Journal of Thermal Analysis and Calorimetry
Authors: Yuri Park, Godwin A. Ayoko, Janos Kristof, Erzsébet Horváth, and Ray L. Frost

environmental contaminants [ 10 – 12 ]. Montmorillonite (MMT) is a commonly used clay. It is a member of smectite group and has exceptional characteristics such as high cation exchange capacity (CEC), swelling properties, high surface area and consequential

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