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Quantification and compositional characterization of pedogenic calcite and domolite in calcic horizons of selected Aquolls


, : Quantification and compositional characterization of pedogenic calcite and domolite in calcic horizons of selected Aquolls. Soil Science Society of America Journal 51(3): 683-690

A combination of thermogravimetric analysis (TGA), x-ray diffraction (XRD), and selective dissolution analysis (SD) was used to quantify and calculate structural formulae of carbonate mineral phases in silt fractions of calcic horizons in selected Texas Coastal Prairie Aquolls. The Algoa pedon had about 11% poorly crystalline high-Mg calcite 12 to 20% dolomite, and approximately 25% low-Mg calcite The dolomite was a Ca-rich variety that was previously interpreted as pedogenic.

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