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Kruse, J; Abraham, M; Amelung, W; Baum, C; Bol, R; Kühn, O; Lewandowski, H; Niederberger, J; Oelmann, Y; Rüger, C; Santner, J; Siebers, M; Siebers, N; Spohn, M; Vestergren, J; Vogts, A; Leinweber, P: Innovative methods in soil phosphorus research: a review, Journal of Plant Nutrition and Soil Science, 178, 43-88 (2015), doi:10.1002/jpln.201400327
Phosphorus (P) is an indispensable element for all life on Earth and, during the past decade, concerns about the future of its global supply have stimulated much research on soil P and method development. This review provides an overview of advanced state-of-the-art methods currently used in soil P research. These involve bulk and spatially resolved spectroscopic and spectrometric P speciation methods (1 and 2D NMR, IR, Raman, Q-TOF MS/MS, high resolution-MS, NanoSIMS, XRF, XPS, (µ)XAS) as well as methods for assessing soil P reactions (sorption isotherms, quantum-chemical modeling, microbial biomass P, enzymes activity, DGT, 33P isotopic exchange, 18O isotope ratios). Required experimental set-ups and the potentials and limitations of individual methods present a guide for the selection of most suitable methods or combinations.
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