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Th-234 scavenging and its relationship to acid polysaccharide abundance in the Gulf of Mexico
(, 2002 May)
Size-fractionated particulate Th-234 and acid polysaccharides (APS) were collected from stations along a transect in the Gulf of Mexico, in order to examine the role of APS content in controlling the extent and rates of ...
Distributions of carbohydrates, including uronic acids, in estuarine waters of Galveston Bay
(, 2001 Mar)
The concentrations of carbohydrates, including uronic acids, in dissolved (Galveston Bay, TX, in order to study their role in heavy metal detoxification. The concentrations of dissolved monosaccharides (MCHO) in Galveston ...
The distribution of biogenic thiols in surface waters of Galveston Bay
(, 2000 Sep)
Thiolic compounds are important metal-complexing ligands as well as important components of the global sulfur biogeochemical cycle. A lack of information on the concentration and distribution of thiols in natural waters, ...
Spectrophotometric determination of total uronic acids in seawater using cation-exchange separation and pre-concentration by lyophilization
(, 2001 Jan 1)
A technique is described for the measurement of total uronic acids in coastal seawater using a spectrophotometric method after separation and pre-concentration. Uronic acids in seawater are separated through cation-exchange ...