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dc.contributor.authorSTEFANOVA, Maia-
dc.contributor.authorMARINOV, Stefan-
dc.contributor.authorCARLEER, Robert-
dc.contributor.authorYPERMAN, Jan-
dc.identifier.citationEcology and future, 2(3/4). p. 83-85-
dc.description.abstractThis paper describes the application of the atmospheric pressure-temperature programmed reduction (AP-TPR) technique in determining organic sulfur speciation in humic acids. The profile of AP-TPR measurement is presented as well as the compositions of sulfur volatiles registered in flue gases by AP-TPR-GC/MS. The results demonstrate that the AP-TPR technique is essential in determining thiols, dialylsulfides, sulfoxides and sulfones in lignite humic substances. It is a possible alternative of X-ray spectral techniques. On the other hand, the disadvantage is that the procedure is destructive, but analyses require a relative small sample quantity. The technique can be adapted as a routine in laboratory depending on the purpose of the study.-
dc.publisherAssociation Ecological Alliance-
dc.titleAP-TPR technique and tool for organic sulfur speciation in lignit humic acids-
dc.typeJournal Contribution-
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item.fullcitationSTEFANOVA, Maia; MARINOV, Stefan; CARLEER, Robert & YPERMAN, Jan (2003) AP-TPR technique and tool for organic sulfur speciation in lignit humic acids. In: Ecology and future, 2(3/4). p. 83-85.-
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