Comparison between Calcimetric and Titrimetric Methods for Calcium Carbonate Determination

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Abstract

This study was conducted during 2008-2009 ,which included calcium carbonate determination from 84 locations (40 soil samples from Erbil, 24 samples from Sulaimani and Kirkuk in addition to 20 samples from Duhok) using calimetric and titration method. The results indicated to significance correlation coefficient between the studied methods or it means that the results of both methods are similar.

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P. Maulood, A. Esmail, M. Dohuki and D. Darwesh, "Comparison between Calcimetric and Titrimetric Methods for Calcium Carbonate Determination," Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol. 2 No. 3, 2012, pp. 263-268. doi: 10.4236/ojss.2012.23031.

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