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It is reported that BFA is weakly acidic and contains about 50% fulvic acid, 15% of ribonucleic acid and 9% of amino acids, inositol, vitamin, and sugar (Lv et al., 2010; Liu et al., 2013).
SOC, soil organic carbon; SIC, soil inorganic carbon, [C.sub.EX], extractable humic substances; [C.sub.HA], humic acids; [C.sub.FA], fulvic acids; POXC, permanganate oxidisable carbon; CWEC, cold water extractable carbon; HWEC, hot water extractable carbon; HI, humification index; PI, polymerisation index SOC SIC [C.sub.EX] [C.sub.HA] SOC -- SIC ns -- [C.sub.EX] 0.63 ** 0.65 ** -- [C.sub.HA] ns ns ns -- [C.sub.CA] ns 0.72 ** 0.90 ** -0.50 * POXC 0.59 * 0.70 ** 0.84 ** ns CWEC ns 0.51 * 0.50 * ns HWEC 0.71 ** ns 0.48 * ns HI ns ns ns 0.82 ** PI ns -0.52 * -0.49 * 0.90 ** [C.sub.FA] POXC CWEC HWEC SOC SIC [C.sub.EX] [C.sub.HA] [C.sub.CA] -- POXC 0.87 ** -- CWEC ns 0.68 ** -- HWEC ns 0.48 * ns -- HI -0.75 ** -0.63 ** ns ns PI -0.81 ** -0.63 ** ns ns
Humic acids (HA) and fulvic acids (FA) were extracted, purified and lyophilized according to IHSS (Swift, 1996).
Abe, "Inhibitory effect of fulvic acid extracted from Canadian sphagnum peat on chemical mediator release by RBL-2H3 and KU812 cells," Bioscience, Biotechnology, and Biochemistry, vol.
Fraction bound to colloid fulvic acid (FA) and humic acid (HA) (a, c, e) and free ion activity (b, d, f) of Pd in biochar (BC) eluates collected at various liquid to solid (L/S) ratios, predicted by WHAM.
Some of the parameters assessed do not yet follow the legislation regarding discharging in rivers (BOD, COD, phosphates), especially with respect to uncontrolled flow, large quantities of residual material gradually accumulating in the lagoons and forming colloids with humic and fulvic acids, and the short-circuits that reduce the volumetric capacity of the lagoons (hydraulic retention time) and hinder the homogenous action of microflora in the bioaugmented environment.
SOM include Humins, Humic Acid (HA) and Fulvic Acid (FA) [5,9].
Initial status of organic matter fractions found were humin (0.471 g 100[g.sup.-1] soil humus), humic acid (0.295 g 100[g.sup.-1] soil humus), fulvic acid (0.173 g 100[g.sup.-1] soil humus) and humic acid : fulvic acid (HA:FA) ratio (1.705).
Fulvic acid oxidation state detection using fluorescence spectroscopy.
The very low levels of fulvic acids indicate a slow transformation of the organic material because they are soluble in water and in acidic environments.