calcimeter

calcimeter

[kal′sim·əd·ər]
(engineering)
An instrument for estimating the amount of lime in soils.
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Soil particle size distribution (texture) was determined with a hydrometer (Bouyoucus, 1962), calcareous content with a Scheibler calcimeter (Allison and Moodie, 1965), organic carbon content with Walkley-Black method (Nelson and Sommers, 1982), soil reaction (pH) with a pH-meter in a 1: 2.
3] was determined using a pressure calcimeter method (Nanjing Institute of Soil Science of the Chinese Academy of Scicnces 1978).
5 soil-solution ratio) (Jackson 1958), total inorganic carbonate with Scheibler calcimeter (Allison and Moodie 1965), Electrical conductivity (EC) with conductivity probe (Jackson 1958) and organic matter by Wakley-Black wet oxidation method (Walkey and Black 1934).
1, inorganic carbon concentration was determined using a modified pressure calcimeter method (Sherrod et al.
Sherrod LA, Dunn G, Peterson GA, Kolberg RL (2002) Inorganic carbon analysis by modified pressure calcimeter method.
Staff, 1954), soil organic matter (Jackson, 1962), lime contents (CaCO3) by the calcimeter method (Moodie et al.
Electrical conductivity was determined by an EC-meter in saturation extract (Rhoades, 1996), pH by a pH-meter in saturation extract (Mc Lean, 1982), organic matter using the Smith-Weldon method (Nelson and Sommers, 1982) and carbonates by the calcimeter method (Nelson, 1982).
Inorganic C was determined using a modified pressure calcimeter method (Sherrod et al.