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How to extract humic acid

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Production methods The artificial coal oxidation (such as air, ozone, or nitric acid) to form a regenerated humic acid, such as coal with nitric oxide, the product obtained is called mild nitro Peat humic special drying machine Humic acid Extraction method is to use the acid treatment, take off some minerals, then dilute alkali solution extract…

How to extract soluble humate from leonardite

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In order to be soluble, humates in raw form such as lignite or leonardite must go through an alkaline extraction process. Any of the salts like potassium hydroxide, sodium hydroxide or ammonium hydroxide can be used as the extractant. The potassium hydroxide extracted form is preferred for fertilizing application as potassium hydroxide (the extractant) is…

Humic Acid and CEC

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The cation exchange capacity (CEC) shows how well a soil can hold onto and store cations, so a soil with a high CEC would be able to hold more nutrients. A soil with low CEC for example would not only be missing some important nutrients but would also not be able to hold onto nutrients…

How Humic acid help plant sprout

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Humic acid has good effect on seed germination, growth and macro- and micro-nutrient contents of tomato (Lycopersicon esculentum ) seedlings in saline soil conditions . Different levels of humic acid (0, 500, 1000 and 2000 mg kg−1) and calcium (0, 100, 200 and 400 mg kg−1) were applied to growth media treated with 50 mg…

What Effect Of Humic Acid to Soil

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 Using humic acid, can change the physical and chemical properties of high salinity, strong alkaline, highly dispersed soil particles, poor soil in the soil, promote the formation of soil aggregates, making it a good condition,to create a good condition for the plant roots growth and development. (Xinjiang biological, soil, Desert Research Institute test results)  Humic acid can loose topsoil, destroy…

what’s the effect of fulvic acid on plants?

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The resistance of fulvic acid is including drought, cold, salt tolerance, resistance to pests and diseases, pollution and so on. 80 to 90 years of the last century, Henan and Xinjiang province made massive demonstration trials (a total of more than 200 million acres), proved fulvic acid is an excellent drought-resistant agents. The test also proved…

What is fulvic acid function to humanbeing?

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Blood PropertiesThe red blood cells have the capability of carrying higher percentages of oxygen when in the presence of humate. Human subjects taking humate have reported feelings of euphoria, similar to hyperventilating, during the first few days of taking humate. This euphoria is a result of additional oxygen. Healing of injuries, as a result of…

How to make nonsoluble humic acid (leonardite) into soluble humic acid?

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For humic acid ,its salts is humate, is also called soluble humic acids. How to process non soluble humic acid into soluble humic acid (soluble humate),it is basically treated by alkaline like KOH ,NaOH and liquid ammonia,accordingly you will get Soluble potassium humate(Soluble humic aicd potassium salt),soluble Sodium humate(soluble humic acid sodium salt),soluble ammonium humate(soluble…

What’s the sodium humate function for ceramic producing?

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Sodium humate has the following main function in ceramic clay (glaze) : 1. Potentiation The strength of the ceramic can be increased about 80%, reduce breakage rate of semi-finished products, in favor of finishing semi-finished products. 2. Plasticization Sodium humate can improve the plasticity index more than 40%, so that the mud is easy to be shaped,…

What is sodium humate

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1.Sodium humate is one of important humate acid salts,which is always called humate,is the final product when leonardite treated with alkaline.Humic acid has big molecule weight and not soluble in water,slightly soluble in alkalin solution. The process of sodium humate is is also process of making humic acid into water soluble. 2.Reaction details is as…