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Studies on Some Factors Affecting the Quantitative Estimation of the Exchange Capacity of Organic MatterAuthor(s): Walter M. Broadfoot; Edward H. Tyner
Source: In: Soil Science Society of America Proceedings Vol. 4. p. 156.
Publication Series: Paper (invited, offered, keynote)
Station: Southern Forest Experiment Station
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DescriptionMethods which are satisfactory for determining the base-exchange capacity of mineral soils can not be applied indiscriminately for determining the exchange capacity of fresh or decomposed plant residues.
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CitationBroadfoot, Walter M.; Tyner, Edward H. 1939. Studies on Some Factors Affecting the Quantitative Estimation of the Exchange Capacity of Organic Matter. In: Soil Science Society of America Proceedings Vol. 4. p. 156.
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