Data from: Making soil particle size analysis by laser diffraction compatible with standard soil texture determination methods

Felipe Montes, Giovani Stefani Faé, Ekaterina Bazilevskaya, Rodrigo Masip Añó & Armen Kemanian
The standard sieving, pipette and hydrometer methods for soil particle size analysis (PSA) have three main drawbacks: procedures are tedious, time-consuming, and the results are protocol-dependent. Laser diffraction PSA delivers rapid results using standardized procedures, but so far it has been difficult to reconcile results with those from standard sedimentation methods. The objective of this study was to develop a protocol that would permit direct usage of laser diffraction PSA and render results compatible with...
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