Influence de l'apport de strontium stable au sol sur la teneur en strontium des végétaux cultivés Emploi des techniques d'activation et de spectrométrie gamma

C. Myttenaere, René Kirchmann

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    Determination of the amount of stable strontium in Lolium italicum and Trifolium pratense, rown on poor soil enriched by stable strontium (3 and 7.5 g/m2).
    In Case of Sr rich specimanes, the determinations may be done on basis of the Sr85 measurements without thorough chemical separation. For Sr poor specimens, the described separation technique allows the Sr87 measurement.
    The adsorption of Sr; sprayed on the soil surface, is a function of the depth of roots. The soil labour during the second season allowed the Trifolium pratense to adsorb more intensively the Sr, added in the first season. The supply of a small quantity of stable Sr modifies the Ca amount of the vegetables.
    Original languageEnglish
    PublisherSCK CEN
    Number of pages11
    StatePublished - Apr 1962

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    NameSCK CEN Reports
    PublisherSCK CEN

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