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The first consists in the usual analysis of anion and cation concentrations. The second is the titration procedure discussed in the last section. Details concerning this method are presented elsewhere (4). However, it is important to remember that all data must be obtained in terms of concentrations. They should correspond to points within the relevant - [H+] -range (10- 3 - 10- 5 mole 1- 1). 10 mole 1- 1 KCl and a [H+J>10-4 mol e 1- 1• Next CO is removed by bubbling N2 through the solution to facilitate the dete~ination of other weak acids if present.
Oxidation). In this case the composition of the solutions formed may be described by the relevant parts of the phase diagram for the system -49- This phase diagram in terms of a computer program is now being developed by R. H. Lee. H. Lee and the author (~) and~ incfuding some new points of view, by the author (7). However, a short presentation and discussion of this diagram are in order here. Fig. 1 shows the diagram. 1\ ,,~ ... ". ~4pPbNH3 " I \ I ,'1\\\ )' \ \ \ '\ ',99 .... h. O) has been proposed by Tang et al.
If sulfate accumulates in the soil in the form of AlOHS04. this corresponds to the accumulation of an undissolved acid. During dissolution AlOHS04 can form H2S04 and Al(OH)3' Therefore the S-balance is given separately in table 1. Part of the sulfate deposition is due to sea salt, this part is not creating acidity. The same is true to a much greater extent for chloride. In table 1, the values given for total deposition of Sand Cl have been corrected for the sea salt fraction assuming that the total deposition of Na (as given in MATZNER et al.