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Fractional composition of metal ions in humic gels

By Jana Potočková


This thesis deals with bond strength of metal ions in humic gels. Several samples of humic acids were studied to consider influence of samples isolation process and their consequent characteristics on bond strength of metal ions in their complexes. Some functional groups was blocked by methylation at some samples. Amount of active functional groups in individual samples was determined by standard titration methods. Metal ions bound in humic complexes were divided into several fractions by extraction with different reagents (distilled water, 1M MgCl2, 1M HCl and 0,025M NH4EDTA). Two extraction methods were used: sequential and fractional. During the fractional extraction leaching of metal ions always proceeds in single agents from original komplex, whereas during the sequential extraction leaching proceeds gradually in all extraction agents in order according to rising afinity of agents, i.e. bond strength of metal ions in samples. Amount of metal ions in leaches after extractions was analysed by UV-VIS spektrometry

Topics: metylace; gels; Huminové látky; extraction of copper; kontinuální extrakce; extrakce mědi; gely; methylation; Humic substances; modifikace huminových kyselin; modification of humic acids; fractional extraction; sequential extraction; frakční extrakce
Publisher: Vysoké učení technické v Brně. Fakulta chemická
Year: 2013
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