Silanized humic substances act as hydrophobic modifiers of soil separates inducing formation of water-stable aggregates in soilsстатья

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[1] Silanized humic substances act as hydrophobic modifiers of soil separates inducing formation of water-stable aggregates in soils / A. B. Volikov, V. A. Kholodov, N. A. Kulikova et al. // Catena. — 2016. — Vol. 137. — P. 229–236. In this study we successfully enhanced surface activity of natural humic substances (HS) with respect to mineral surfaces by functionalization with organosilanes. Of particular importance was that modification was conducted in water. Humates from coal and peat and 3-aminopropyl-triethoxysilane (APTES) were used as starting materials. Atomic force microscopy showed silanized HS produced self-assembled adsorption monolayers at the water–solid interface. These adlayers caused an increase in the surface hydrophobicity with contact angles equaling 56o. Application of silanized HS for treatment of different soil compartments including mineral soil separates and soil aggregates revealed an efficacy with respect to both re-assembly of soil aggregates and restoration of their water stability. Furthermore, field trials on the treatments of native sod-podzolic soil with silanized HS indicated improvements in soil structure as compared to non-treated soil or treatment with the non-functionalized humate. Results demonstrating the use of silanized HS as ecologically-safe, nature-inspired soil conditioners were promising. [ DOI ]

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