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Premixed Digestion Salts for Kjeldahl Determination of Total Nitrogen in Selected Forest SoilsAuthor(s): B. G. Blackmon
Source: Soil Science and Plant Analysis 2(3):201-205
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
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DescriptionEstimates of total soil nitrogen by a standard Kjeldahl procedure and a modified procedure employing packets of premixed digestion salts were closely correlated. (r2 = 0.983). The modified procedure appears to be as reliable all the standard method for determining total nitrogen in southern alluvial forest soils.
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CitationBlackmon, B. G. 1971. Premixed Digestion Salts for Kjeldahl Determination of Total Nitrogen in Selected Forest Soils. Soil Science and Plant Analysis 2(3):201-205.
Keywordssoil nitrogen. kjeldahl procedure, digestion salts, forest soils
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