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The potentiometric determination of nitrate and chloride in plant tissue

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Several extracting solutions were evaluated for their effectiveness in determining NO3- potentiometrically with a selective nitrate ion electrode, and the results were compared with a standard phenoldisulfonic acid method. The nitrate electrode proved to be highly satisfactory for determining NO3- in plant tissue, and is apparently as accurate as the phenoldisulfonic acid method when Al2(SO4)3 +10 mg per ml NO3-N is the extracting solution.

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New York's Food and Life Sciences Bulletin
3

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1970-09

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New York State Agricultural Experiment Station

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nitrate; chloride; potentiometric determination; plant tissue

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