|Place of Origin:||China|
|Minimum Order Quantity:||1 ton|
|Delivery Time:||1 week|
|Payment Terms:||T/T, Western Union, L/C|
|Name:||Humate Sodium||Material:||Humic Acid/humate|
|State:||Granular Or Powder||Color:||Black|
|17 Benefits Of Humic and Fulvic Acid|
|1||Humic and Fulvic Acid vs. Multiple Diseases|
|2||Alleviate the Common Cold|
|5||Humic Acid vs. Cancer|
|8||Humic Acid Protects Cell’s Defense Mechanisms Against Viruses|
|10||Remove Pesticides From the Body|
|11||Electrical Balance in Cells|
|15||Reduce Free Radicals|
Sodium humate is a relatively stable natural macromolecular organic material with aromatic structure. It consists of an intermittent network of sparse aromatic rings. There are many hollow pores of different sizes in this structure. The impurities in the adsorption are absorbed and eventually brought to the bottom. In addition, physical shading is also one of the functions of sodium humate to regulate water quality. After applying sodium humate, the water body becomes soy sauce color, which can block part of sunlight from reaching the bottom layer, thereby preventing the moss from being used in the crab culture pond. bigger.
Humic substances are organic compounds that are important components of humus, the major organic fraction of soil, peat, and coal (and also a constituent of many upland streams, dystrophic lakes, and ocean water). For a long era in the 19th and 20th centuries, humic substances were often viewed through a lens of acid–base theory that described humic acids, as organic acids, and their conjugate bases, humates, as important components of organic matter. Through this viewpoint humic acids were defined as organic substances extracted from soil that coagulate (form small solid pieces) when a strong-base extract is acidified, whereas fulvic acids are organic acids that remain soluble (stay dissolved) when a strong-base extract is acidified.
As in other fields of biological Sciences, humic matter in isolation are the result of a chemical extraction from the soil organic matter, and represent the humic molecules distributed in the soil.A new understanding views humic substances no more as high-molecular-weight macropolymers but as heterogeneous and relatively small molecular components of the soil organic matter auto-assembled in supramolecular associations and composed of a variety of compounds of biological origin and synthesized de novo by abiotic and biotic reactions in soil.It is the large molecular complexity of the soil humeome to confer to humic matter its bioactivity in soil and its role as plant growth promoter.
The formation of humic substances in nature is one of the least understood aspects of humus chemistry and one of the most intriguing. There are three main theories to explain it: the lignin theory of Waksman (1932), the polyphenol theory, and the sugar-amine condensation theory of Maillard (1911). Those theories are insufficient to account for observations in soil research. Humic substances are formed by the microbial degradation of dead plant matter, such as lignin and charcoal. Humic substances in the lab are very resistant to further biodegradation. The precise properties and structure of a given sample depend on the water or soil source and the specific conditions of extraction. Nevertheless, the average properties of lab produced humic substances from different sources are remarkably similar.