BS EN 16198:2012 - Fertilizers. Determination of magnesium by complexometry

BS EN 16198:2012

Fertilizers. Determination of magnesium by complexometry

Status : Confirmed, Current   Published : December 2012



This European Standard specifies a method for the determination of magnesium in fertilizer extracts by complexometry. The method is applicable to the following EC fertilizer extracts for which the determination of total magnesium and/or water-soluble magnesium is provided for according to the Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003, Annex I [3]: - fertilizers listed in [3], Annex I: straight nitrogenous fertilizers, type 1b + 1c (calcium magnesium nitrate), type 7 (magnesium sulfonitrate), type 8 (nitrogenous fertilizers with magnesium) and straight potassic fertilizers, type 2 (enriched kainite), type 4 (potassium chloride containing magnesium), type 6 (potassium sulfate containing magnesium salt); - fertilizers listed in [3], Annex I D relating to secondary nutrients.

Standard NumberBS EN 16198:2012
TitleFertilizers. Determination of magnesium by complexometry
StatusConfirmed, Current
Publication Date31 December 2012
Confirm Date20 July 2018
Normative References(Required to achieve compliance to this standard)EN 12944-2:1999, EN 12944-1:1999, EN 1482-2, EN 15960, EN 15961
Informative References(Provided for Information)ISO 5725-2, EN 1482-1, Regulation (EC) No 2003/2003
ReplacesDD CEN/TS 16198:2011
International RelationshipsEN 16198:2012
Draft Superseded By12/30259723 DC
DescriptorsDetermination of content, Fertilizers, Chemical analysis and testing, Soil improvement, Magnesium, Agricultural chemicals, Complexing methods, Complexometric titrations
Title in FrenchEngrais. Dosage du magnésium par complexométrie
Title in GermanDüngemittel. Komplexometrische Bestimmung von Magnesium
ISBN978 0 580 78186 5
File Size357 KB

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