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Adsorption properties of subtropical and tropical variable charge soils : implications from climate change and biochar amendment

(2016) Advances in Agronomy. 135. p.1-58
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This review paper attempts to summarize the progress made in research efforts conducted over the past years to study the surface chemical properties of the tropical and subtropical soils, usually called variable charge soils, and the way they response to different management. The paper is composed of an introductory section that provides a brief discussion on the surface chemical properties of these soils, and five other review sections. The focus of the following sections is on the evolution of surface chemical properties during the development of the variable charge properties (second section), interactions between oppositely charged particles and the resulting effects on the soil properties and especially on soil acidity (third section), the surface effects of low molecular weight organic acids sorbed to mineral surfaces and the chemical behavior of aluminum (fourth section), and the crop straw-derived biochar-induced changes of the surface chemical properties of these soils (fifth section). A discussion on the effect of climate change variables on the properties of the variable charge soils is included at the end of this review paper (sixth section).
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Tropical soils, soil mineralogy, variable charge properties, surface chemistry, adsorption of organic anions, climate change, biochar, WEIGHT ORGANIC-ACIDS, TRANSFORM INFRARED-SPECTROSCOPY, ELECTRICAL DOUBLE-LAYERS, ALPHA-FEOOH PARTICLES, WHEAT-STRAW BIOCHAR, SURFACE-CHARGE, IONIC-STRENGTH, BLACK CARBON, COMPETITIVE SORPTION, FE/AL OXIDES

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Xu, Ren-kou, Nikolla P Qafoku, Eric Van Ranst, Jiu-yu Li, and Jun Jiang. 2016. “Adsorption Properties of Subtropical and Tropical Variable Charge Soils : Implications from Climate Change and Biochar Amendment.” Ed. Donald L Sparks. Advances in Agronomy 135: 1–58.
APA
Xu, Ren-kou, Qafoku, N. P., Van Ranst, E., Li, J., & Jiang, J. (2016). Adsorption properties of subtropical and tropical variable charge soils : implications from climate change and biochar amendment. (D. L. Sparks, Ed.)Advances in Agronomy, 135, 1–58.
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Xu R, Qafoku NP, Van Ranst E, Li J, Jiang J. Adsorption properties of subtropical and tropical variable charge soils : implications from climate change and biochar amendment. Sparks DL, editor. Advances in Agronomy. San Diego, CA, USA: Elsevier Academic Press; 2016;135:1–58.
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Xu, Ren-kou, Nikolla P Qafoku, Eric Van Ranst, et al. “Adsorption Properties of Subtropical and Tropical Variable Charge Soils : Implications from Climate Change and Biochar Amendment.” Ed. Donald L Sparks. Advances in Agronomy 135 (2016): 1–58. Print.
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  abstract     = {This review paper attempts to summarize the progress made in research efforts conducted over the past years to study the surface chemical properties of the tropical and subtropical soils, usually called variable charge soils, and the way they response to different management. The paper is composed of an introductory section that provides a brief discussion on the surface chemical properties of these soils, and five other review sections. The focus of the following sections is on the evolution of surface chemical properties during the development of the variable charge properties (second section), interactions between oppositely charged particles and the resulting effects on the soil properties and especially on soil acidity (third section), the surface effects of low molecular weight organic acids sorbed to mineral surfaces and the chemical behavior of aluminum (fourth section), and the crop straw-derived biochar-induced changes of the surface chemical properties of these soils (fifth section). A discussion on the effect of climate change variables on the properties of the variable charge soils is included at the end of this review paper (sixth section).},
  author       = {Xu, Ren-kou and Qafoku, Nikolla P and Van Ranst, Eric and Li, Jiu-yu and Jiang, Jun},
  editor       = {Sparks, Donald L},
  isbn         = {9780128046937},
  issn         = {0065-2113},
  journal      = {Advances in Agronomy},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {1--58},
  publisher    = {Elsevier Academic Press},
  title        = {Adsorption properties of subtropical and tropical variable charge soils : implications from climate change and biochar amendment},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/bs.agron.2015.09.001},
  volume       = {135},
  year         = {2016},
}

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