A Method for Detecting and Estimating Hydrogen Sulfide in Flooded Soil1
- H. W. Ford and
- D. V. Calvert2
A 60-ml sorption cell utilizing 0.5 mil PVC membranes permeable to H2S is described. NaOH is used as the sorbing solution. The cell is capable of detecting H2S in soil zones containing < 0.1 ppm in groundwater over short and prolonged periods of anaerobic flooding under conditions of a fluctuating water table.Please view the pdf by using the Full Text (PDF) link under 'View' to the left.
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