A study of conditions for Kjeldahl determination of nitrogen in proteins; description of methods with mercury as catalyst, and titrimetric and gasometric measurements of the ammonia formed.

@article{Hiller1948ASO,
  title={A study of conditions for Kjeldahl determination of nitrogen in proteins; description of methods with mercury as catalyst, and titrimetric and gasometric measurements of the ammonia formed.},
  author={A. Hiller and J. Plazin and D. D. Van Slyke},
  journal={The Journal of biological chemistry},
  year={1948},
  volume={176 3},
  pages={
          1401-20
        }
}
The publications on Kjeldahl’s method for determining nitrogen that have appeared since Kjeldahl’s (1) original paper in 1883 perhaps outnumber those on any other analytical method in the same period of time.1 The diversity of papers is attributable to the immense usefulness of the method, to its need for modifications for applications to various types of organic and inorganic compounds, and to the search for catalysts to provide such modifications and to accelerate the digestion. Kjeldahl… Expand
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