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Subject: What is meant by 'acid-reduction' (ie HCl)?

Date: Mon Aug 16 04:50:09 1999
Posted by Paul Kidd
Grade level: grad (science) School: Newcastle University
City: Newcastle State/Province: NSW Country: Australia
Area of science: Chemistry
ID: 934793409.Ch

When using 0.1M HCl in soil-Pb extractions, the fraction extracted is 
refered to as the 'exchangeable, carbonate and easily reducuble fraction'.
Can HCl reduce Fe/Mn oxides and hydroxides?

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