Effect of Iron Oxide Dissolution Treatment on the Isoelectric Point of Allophanic Soils

Mauricio Escudey, Gerardo Galindo and Jarel Ervin
Departamento de Quimica Universidad de Santiago de Chile Casilla 5659, Correo 2 Santiago, Chile
Department of Soil & Environmental Sciences University of California Riverside, California 92521
Key Words: Allophane • Anion adsorption • Dissolution • Iron oxide • Isoelectric point • Soils

Clays and Clay Minerals; February 1986 v. 34; no. 1; p. 108-110; DOI: 10.1346/CCMN.1986.0340116
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