Problems associated with the use of azide as an inhibitor of microbial activity in soil.

@article{Rzycki1981ProblemsAW,
  title={Problems associated with the use of azide as an inhibitor of microbial activity in soil.},
  author={M. R{\'o}zycki and Rich{\'a}rd Bartha},
  journal={Applied and environmental microbiology},
  year={1981},
  volume={41 3},
  pages={
          833-6
        }
}
Problems associated with the use of sodium or potassium azide as an inhibitor of microbial activity in soil include erroneous CO(2) evolution readings, shifts in inhibitor concentration, rise in soil pH, and explosion hazard. 

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