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a process in which ions are exchanged between a solution and an insoluble (usually resinous) solid

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and effective cation exchange capacity (CEC) were determined using a neutral ammonium acetate preparation and analyzed using inductively coupled argon plasma spectrometry (Hendershot and Duquette, 1986; Carter and Gregorich, 2007).
It largely contributes to the soil's net chemical charge commonly known as cation exchange capacity and anion exchange capacity (ion-exchange phenomenon in soil).
Based on these results, Ribonuclease A is more hydrophobic than Cytochrome C and hence shows better retention on Nuvia cPrime Resin (Bio-Rad), which is a multi-modal resin that allows both cation exchange and hydrophobic interactions.
But some other reactions such as cation exchange and weathering of silicate may change their relationship (Li et al.
This fact is attributed to the decrease in the values of cation exchange capacity and clay percentage, along the soil profile.
However, because the cation exchange characteristics of these SOM fractions have not been determined, it is difficult to predict how their depletion would affect soil CEC.
Cation exchange capacity, soil's ability to retain cations through be electric absorption.
Clay minerals vary in their chemical composition and this leads to varying mineralogical properties that include: layer charge, cation exchange capacity, adsorption capacity and morphology (Steudel et al.
The properties of Humic substances, major constituents of soil organic matter, include chelation, mineralization, buffer effect, clay mineral-organic interaction, and cation exchange.
They form a substantial part of the soil horizon that was essential in the development of organo-mineral complexes, cation exchange capacity, nutrition regime, and others important soil chemical properties.
RHEO-CLAY: provides a high-inverted yield point (YP)--plastic viscosity (PV) ratio for improved rate of penetration, optimum hole cleaning, and greater liquid/solids separation efficiency from hydrocyclones--differs from sodium bentonite (montmorillonite) by having lower cation exchange capacity and greater yield in the presence of high hardness (Ca++ / Mg++) and sodium (Na+) values.
Initial soil samples using composite sampling technique made of subsamples, thoroughly mixed together were collected from the replicates of treatments and control 24-hour after treatment and analysized on total petroleum hydrocarbon (TPH), pH, total organic carbon (TOC), nitrate content, phosphate content, soil conductivity and soil cation exchange capacity as assessment parameters.