Dissolution of native sulfur by the acid bomb digestion technique for the determination of trace elements and total sulfur

@inproceedings{Lechler1990DissolutionON,
  title={Dissolution of native sulfur by the acid bomb digestion technique for the determination of trace elements and total sulfur},
  author={Paul J. Lechler and Mario O. Desilets},
  year={1990}
}
Abstract A new procedure utilizing an acid-digestion bomb dissolution technique for the determination of total sulfur and volatile trace elements in natural, crystalline sulfur is described. A set of time-temperature curves are presented from which suitable conditions for sample dissolution, within the physical limits of Parr® 4749 bombs, may be selected. The curves describe percent sulfur dissolution over the temperature range 100–175°C for up to 4 hr. The curves are dependent on furnace/oven… CONTINUE READING