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Determination of Water in Soils

Nature volume 149, page 612 (30 May 1942) | Download Citation

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THE usual method for determination of water in soils (that is, heating to 110° C.) is almost always unsatisfactory owing to decomposition and slow oxidation of organic matter ; moreover the determination takes a long time to complete.

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    NATURE, 148, 594 (1941).

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  1. The Science Schools, Harrow School. May 5.

    • G. H. LOCKET
    •  & W. H. BARRETT

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