A Simple Turbidimetric Method of Determining Total Sulfur in Plant Materials1
- M. A. Tabatabai and
- J. M. Bremner2
A rapid method of determining total sulfur in plant materials is described. The plant material is digested in a volumetric flask with nitric and perchloric acid, and the sulfate content of an aliquot of the digest is determined turbidimetrically as BaSO4 by a barium chloride-gelatin procedure. The method is simple and precise, and its results agree closely with those obtained by the Johnson-Nishita method.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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