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Contribution of organic carbon and clay to the cation exchange capacity of some broad soil groups of Rajasthan



Contribution of organic carbon and clay to the cation exchange capacity of some broad soil groups of Rajasthan



Agrochimica 21(3/4): 200-206



In 150 samples of surface soils from areas representing six broad soil groups, both the clay content and the content of organic C were highly and positively correlated with CEC for the soils of a particular group. Multiple regression equations were derived for predicting the CEC of a particular group of soils from their contents of clay and organic C. The predicted values agreed closely with those obtained experimentally.

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