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Analytical methods for and evolution of theories on forms of iron in soils



Analytical methods for and evolution of theories on forms of iron in soils



Eurasian Soil Science 25(12): 87-98



Current analysis instrumentation, techniques and interpretation for soil iron are reviewed. Extract analysis, x ray diffraction and differential thermal analysis are the most common analytical methods. No commonly used reagents extract crystalline iron.

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