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Introduction to soil chemistry : analysis and instrumentation

Author: Alfred R Conklin, Jr.
Publisher: Hoboken, NJ : Wiley, ©2013.
Series: Chemical analysis.
Edition/Format:   eBook : Document : English : 2nd edView all editions and formats
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Provides the tools needed to explore the incredible complexities of the earth's soils Now in its Second Edition, this highly acclaimed text fully equips readers with the skills and knowledge needed to analyze soil and correctly interpret the results. Due to the highly complex nature of soil, the author carefully explains why unusual results are routinely obtained during soil analyses, including the occurrence of  Read more...
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Conklin, Alfred R. (Alfred Russel), Jr., 1941-
Introduction to soil chemistry.
Hoboken, New Jersey : John Wiley & Sons, 2013
(DLC) 2013018809
(OCoLC)846520006
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Alfred R Conklin, Jr.
ISBN: 9781118773314 1118773314 9781118773291 1118773292
OCLC Number: 867318895
Notes: 10.2 Titration of Soil pH.
Description: 1 online resource (xvi, 347 pages) : illustrations.
Contents: Cover; Series page; Title page; Copyright page; Preface; Instrumental Method Acronyms; Common Hyphenated Instrumental Method Abbreviations; Abbreviated Periodic Table of the Elements; CHAPTER 1: Summary of the History of Soil Chemistry; 1.1 The 19th Century; 1.2 The End of the 19th and the Beginning of the 20th Century; 1.3 The 20th Century; 1.4 The End of the 20th and the Beginning of the 21st Century; 1.5 Conclusion; CHAPTER 2: Soil Basics Part I: Large Features; 2.1 Horizonation; 2.2 Peds; 2.3 Soil Color; 2.4 Soil Naming; 2.5 The Landscape. 2.6 Relationship of Large Features to Soil Chemistry, Soil Analysis, and Instrumentation2.7 Conclusions; CHAPTER 3: Soil Basics Part II: Microscopic to Atomic Orbital Description of Soil Chemical Characteristics; Soil Components Independent; 3.1 Soil Solids; Soil Components Interacting; 3.2 Bonding Considerations; Soil Components in Combination; 3.3 Surface Features; 3.4 Energy Considerations; 3.5 Reaction Paths; 3.6 Steric Factors; 3.7 Rate Factors; 3.8 All Factored Together; 3.9 Micelles; 3.10 Coated Surfaces; 3.11 Conclusions. CHAPTER 4: Soil Basics Part III: The Biological and Organic Components in SoilBiota of Soil; 4.1 Animals; 4.2 Plants; 4.3 Microorganisms; Biological and Organic Chemicals of Soil; 4.4 Biochemical; 4.5 Bioorganic; 4.6 Organic Compounds; 4.7 Analysis; 4.8 Conclusions; CHAPTER 5: Soil Basics Part IV: The Soil Air and Soil Solution; 5.1 Soil Air; 5.2 Water; 5.3 Solubility; 5.4 Elements in Solution; 5.5 Dissolved Gases; 5.6 Compounds in Solution; 5.7 Inorganic Ions in Solution; 5.8 Organic Ions in Solution; 5.9 Soil pH; 5.10 The Soil Solution around Particles. 5.11 Distribution between Soil Solids and Soil Solution5.12 Oxidative and Reductive Reactions in the Soil Solution; 5.13 Measuring Soil Water; 5.14 Conclusion; CHAPTER 6: Speciation; 6.1 Cations; 6.2 Anions; 6.3 Isolation of Species; 6.4 Sampling, Sample Storage, and Speciation; 6.5 Conclusions; CHAPTER 7: Soil and Soil Solution Sampling, Sample Transport, and Storage; 7.1 Field Sampling; 7.2 Sampling Cropped Land; 7.3 Environmental Sampling; 7.4 Other Environmental Sampling Situations; 7.5 Sample Transport and Storage; 7.6 Laboratory Sampling; 7.7 Sampling the Soil Solution; 7.8 Conclusions. CHAPTER 8: Direct and Indirect Measurement in Soil Analysis8.1 Direct Measurements; 8.2 Mediated Direct Measurement; 8.3 Indirect Soil Measurements; 8.4 Destructive Soil Analysis Methods; 8.5 Soil Solution; 8.6 Soil Solids; 8.7 Conclusions; CHAPTER 9: Electrical Measurements; 9.1 The Basic Electrochemical Cell; 9.2 Electricity Generation in Soil; 9.3 Potentiometry (Electrodes in Soil Measurements); 9.4 Voltammetry; 9.5 Electrical Conductivity; 9.6 Time-Domain Reflectometry; 9.7 Porous Block; 9.8 Other Methods; 9.9 Conclusions; CHAPTER 10: Titrimetric Measurements; 10.1 Soil Titration.
Series Title: Chemical analysis.
Responsibility: Alfred R. Conklin, Jr.

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Soil is the most complicated of materials and an essential element to life. Now in a new second edition, Introduction to Soil Chemistry provides professionals with the background they need to analyze  Read more...

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The book is well suited as a good introduction for by measurement advanced students or for the professional entry. The comprehensive index is very helpful. (Journal of Horticulture, 1 October 2014)

 
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