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Wetting Cycles of Air-dried and ‘Hydrophobic’ Soils Studied by NMR Relaxometry – The Role of Humic Substances

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Wetting Cycles of Air-dried and ‘Hydrophobic’ Soils Studied by NMR Relaxometry – The Role of Humic Substances

Langford, C.H., Todoruk, T., Litvina, M. and Kantzas, A.

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Proceedings of the 11th Conference of the International Humic Substance Society, 434-436, held in Boston MA, USA, July 25-31, 2002.

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