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Application of an automated method for dissolved sulphate analysis to marine and brackish waters
Merks, A.G.A.; Sinke, J.J. (1981). Application of an automated method for dissolved sulphate analysis to marine and brackish waters. Mar. Chem. 10: 103-108
In: Marine Chemistry. Elsevier: Amsterdam. ISSN 0304-4203, more
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Keywords
    Salinity data; Sulfates; Sulphates; Marine; Brackish water

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  • Merks, A.G.A.
  • Sinke, J.J.

Abstract
    A fully automated method for the analysis of dissolved sulphate was tested for saline and brackish waters. A small sample volume less than or equal to 2 ml is required, making the method very suitable for analysis of interstitial waters. The method was calibrated for samples from natural waters in the Dutch delta region, containing up to 2500 mg l super(-) super(1) of sulphate, and with a salinity of 30%o

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