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  1. Vol. 51 No. 3, p. 837-838
     
    Received: July 18, 1986
    Published: May, 1987


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doi:10.2136/sssaj1987.03615995005100030050x

A Simple Device for Sectioning Saturated Soil Cores Under Laboratory Conditions1

  1. Aroon Jugsujinda,
  2. C. S. Khind,
  3. W. H. Patrick and
  4. C. W. Lindau2

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Abstract

The laboratory technique described for obtaining thin horizontal sections of prepared saturated soil cores is very simple, quick, and employs a one-piece assembly. It can be used effectively for monitoring various chemical, electrochemical, and physical parameters of soils incubated under flooded conditions. An average coefficient of variation in sample weights of 4.79% was obtained with this technique for sectioning of the cores prepared in the laboratory, which compares well with results obtained using other more complex apparati.

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