Comparison of Laurentian Fulvic Acid luminescence with that of the hydroquinone/quinone model system: Evidence from low temperature fluorescence studies and EPR spectroscopy

F. Ariese, S.G.A. van Assema, C. Gooijer, A.G. Bruccoleri, C.H. Langford

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Abstract

Fluorescence techniques have been used to identify humic substances, (e.g. aquatic fulvic acids from different origins). Synchronous scans have proven adequate for distinguishing detail and differentiating samples. As well, fluorescence has often been used to probe humic interactions with metals and xenobiotic organics. In this study, the fluorescence of a well-characterized material, Laurentian fulvic acid (LFA) was compared with that of a simple hydroquinone/quinone (H
Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)86-94
JournalAquatic Sciences
Volume66
Issue number1
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 2004

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