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Accuracy, reproducibility, and informativeness of the results of continuous potentiometric titration of soil suspensions and soil extracts






Moscow University Soil Science Bulletin 53(4): 12-18

Accuracy, reproducibility, and informativeness of the results of continuous potentiometric titration of soil suspensions and soil extracts

The usefulness and reproducibility of some buffering characteristics were assessed from data on continuous potentiometric titration by various methods.

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