Eschka mixture

Eschka mixture

[′esh·kə ‚miks·chər]
(analytical chemistry)
A mixture of two parts magnesium oxide and one part anhydrous sodium carbonate; used as a fusion mixture for determining sulfur in coal.
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In this assay, 1.0 g of coal sample was mixed with 3.0 g Eschka mixture in a porcelain crucible.
1g of the pulverized sample was mixed with 3g of Eschka mixture.(a mixture of magnesium oxide and anhydrous sodium).