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humate

(ˈhjuːˌmeɪt)
n
(Chemistry) chem a mineral salt of humic acid formed from decomposed prehistoric plant and animal matter, used as a fertilizer
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Noun1.humate - material that is high in humic acids
material, stuff - the tangible substance that goes into the makeup of a physical object; "coal is a hard black material"; "wheat is the stuff they use to make bread"
peat - partially carbonized vegetable matter saturated with water; can be used as a fuel when dried
brown coal, lignite, wood coal - intermediate between peat and bituminous coal
humic shale - shale that is rich in humic acids
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Singhal, Regenerable hydrogels based on poly (acrylic acid-sodium acrylate-acrylamide) modified by sodium humate for high removal of Pb2+ and Fe2+ ions: metal adsorption kinetics and thermodynamic studies, Desalin Water Treat., 52, 5611 (2014).
The dietary treatments were formulated as follows: i) Control (commercial broiler diet); ii) CM (17.5% canola meal inclusion); iii) CMEnz (CM+0.3 g/kg Axtra XAP); iv) CMPh (CM+1.5% Potassium Humate, PH); v) CMEnzPh (CM+1.5% PH+0.3g/kg Axtra XAP).
Reduction of mineral fertilizers in lettuce production by using microbial inoculation, potassium humate and potassium silicate.Hortscience J.
For associations of metals, especially [Al.sup.3+], with SOM, sometimes the term 'humate' has been used (e.g.
Similarly, Tunc (2012) reported that adding humate and propionic acid to calf rations had a positive effect on body weight gain whilst Akkan (2013) showed that saccharomyces and/or manan oligosaccharide supplements in calf rations did not make any effects.
Thomas, "Chemical composition of kale as influenced by dry vermicast, potassium humate and volcanic minerals," Food Research International, vol.
Potassium Humate. Potassium humate is a high molecular compound aromatic hydroxy carboxylate and is soluble in water.
Water-soluble potassium humate is a neutralized product of insoluble humic acid and KOH.