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Adsorption of electrolytes in natural systems is an important phenomenon. Natural systems contain sorbents with a predominantly constant surface charge, such as clay minerals, as well as a complex mixture of mainly variable charge sorbents like organic matter, both in the dissolved and in the soil solid phase, and metal oxides. The effect of a combination of an intrinsic-affinity distribution (both discrete and continuous) and a variable surface potential on adsorption behaviour of protons isdoi:10.18174/njas.v35i3.16722 fatcat:yaximgeapred3bo4xxibbwp44u