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<p>SETE</p> <p>Referncias Bibliogrficas 119</p> <p>7 REFERNCIAS BIBLIOGRFICAS</p> <p>ABADE, G.; MASINI, J.C. Acid-basic and complexation properties of a</p> <p>sedimentary humic acid. A study on the Barra Bonita reservoir of Tiet</p> <p>River, So Paulo state, Brazil. J. Braz. Chem. Soc., v.12, p.109-116,2001.</p> <p>ALEIXO, L.M.; GODINHO, O.E.S.; DA COSTA, W.F. Potentiometric study of</p> <p>acid-base properties of humic acid using linear functions for treatment of</p> <p>titration data. Anal. Chim. Acta, v.257, p.35-39, 1992.AYUSO, M.; MORENO, J., HERNNDEZ, T.; GARCA, C. Characterization</p> <p>and evaluation of humic acids extracted from urban waste as liquid</p> <p>fertilizers. J. Sci. Food Agric., v.75, p.481-488, 1997.BARANKOV, G.; SENESI, N.; BRUNETTI, G. Chemical and</p> <p>spectroscopic characterization of humic acids isolated from different</p> <p>Slovak soil types. Geoderma, v.78, p.251-266, 1997.BARTON, D.M.R.; SCHNITZER, M. 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