Advances in Agronomy by Donald L. Sparks

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By Donald L. Sparks

Advances in Agronomy is still famous as a number one reference and a primary resource for the most recent study in agronomy. As consistently, the themes lined are diversified and exemplary of the myriad of subject material handled through this long-running serial.

  • Maintains the top effect issue between serial courses in agriculture
  • Presents well timed stories on very important agronomy concerns
  • Enjoys a long-standing popularity for excellence within the field

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QEllerbrock et al. (1999). rDing et al. (2002). sCozzolino and Morón (2006). tTandy et al. (2010). uCécillon et al. (2012). vIbarra et al. (1996). wMukome et al. (2013). xFor a detailed discussion of carboxyl assignments, see (Hay and Myneni, 2007). Soil Chemical Insights Provided through Vibrational Spectroscopy 975–700 39 40 Sanjai J. Parikh et al. Due to the fact that SOM is a complex and heterogeneous mixture of these functional groups, FTIR spectroscopy requires specialized methodologies and data interpretation, in contrast to pure compounds or simple mixtures of known composition.

Parikh et al. 11 (A) FTIR spectra of gibbsite at 12 and 300 K; short vertical lines indicate OH positions in Raman spectrum. (B) Polarized single-crystal Raman spectra of gibbsite at varying Raman scattering geometries (Wang and Johnston, 2000). ) Reprinted with permission. 11(B)). Furthermore, the authors applied the Lippincott and Schroeder (LS-1D) model to predict the location of Soil Chemical Insights Provided through Vibrational Spectroscopy 31 the OH stretching vibrations based on interatomic O···O distances, thus permitting assignment of individual OH groups in the crystal structure to specific intra- and interlayer OH bands.

2007). bSenesi et al. (2003). cScherrer et al. (2010). dFernández-Getino et al. (2010). eVergnoux et al. (2011). fPiccolo et al. (1992). gAranda et al. (2011). hSobkowiak and Painter (1992). iAscough et al. (2011). jForrester et al. (2013). kOlk et al. (2000). lHe et al. (2011b). mArtz et al. (2008). nSolomon et al. (2007a). oSánchez-Monedero et al. (2002). pHaberhauer (1998). qEllerbrock et al. (1999). rDing et al. (2002). sCozzolino and Morón (2006). tTandy et al. (2010). uCécillon et al. (2012).

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