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Frink, C.R. (1964) The Effects of Wash Solvents on Cation Exchange Capacity Measurements. Soil Science Society of America Journal, 28, 506-511.
http://dx.doi.org/10.2136/sssaj1964.03615995002800040018x

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  • TITLE: Comparison and Evaluation of Two Analytical Methods for Cation Exchange Capacity and Exchangeable Sodium Percentage of Five Soil Types in Central Sudan

    AUTHORS: Jamal Elfaki, Mohamed Gafer, Magboul Sulieman, Mushtaha Ali

    KEYWORDS: Ecological Regions, Central Sudan, Cation Exchange Capacity, Exchangeable Sodium Percentage

    JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Soil Science, Vol.5 No.12, December 21, 2015

    ABSTRACT: Twenty-six soil samples were collected from five soil profiles at different climatological and ecological regions in central Sudan. Soil profile was dug in each studied area and morphological profile description was carried out for different horizons. All samples were analyzed using two different methods to determine Cation Exchange Capacity (CEC) and exchangeable sodium percentage (ESP). Statistical analysis (T-test) was used in order to investigate the differences between soil samples for the studied locations. Significant differences appeared when compared the two methods for CEC determination at Gedaref area, Wad Medani and Nile flood plain and that appeared in evaluation of ESP at Nile flood plain and Shambat area. The results also revealed that, the developed method used in this study was more practical, simple and reliable for determination of CEC and ESP as the currently used in most soil laboratories. In addition, it will be safer than the other methods in some problematic soils. The adoption of this developed method is advisable because it is less time consuming as it omits the washing step. In contrast, the old method cannot be a good substitute in laboratories which have no possibility to determine sodium by using flame photometer. We conclude that when the developed method is used to determine CEC and ESP time will be saved, that fewer amounts of chemicals will be used and that accurate results will be achieved.