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A flotation method for the rapid measurement of the wet bulk density of soil clods


, : A flotation method for the rapid measurement of the wet bulk density of soil clods. Journal of Soil Science 24(2): 239-243

Soil clods were sprayed with a waterproof coating of a resin and then immersed sequentially in liquids of different specific gravity. The method was compared with the wax coating method for a selection of soil textures and moisture contents, and found to be ten times as rapid when used to measure wet bulk density with an accuracy of plus or minus 0.05g/cm3.

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DOI: 10.1111/j.1365-2389.1973.tb00760.x


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