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Study Bolsters Theory Of Plant Nutrients Trapped In Soil

tigated it yet," said Hatcher. "We're basically at the tip of the iceberg."

Next Hatcher and Zang will try the same experiment with humic acid from other locations, and see whether it can trap other molecules.

"Then we'll have a better understanding of what's really going on here, whether we're looking at a chemical reaction or just a physical one," said Zang.

This work was funded by the National Science Foundation. In a related future project, Hatcher plans to study whether humic acid traps nitrogen in forests.


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Contact: Patrick Hatcher
Hatcher@chemistry.ohio-state.edu
614-688-8799
Ohio State University
28-Apr-1999


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