Determination of total sulfur by x-ray fluorescence eliminates problems of incomplete oxidation of sulfur or coprecipitation often encountered in gravimetric analyses. Durable pellets are prepared from finely ground sample powders mixed with chromatographic cellulose. X-ray fluorescence total sulfur values compare well with gravimetric sulfur values.
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