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New formations of readily soluble salts in saline soils of the chestnut soil zone

, : New formations of readily soluble salts in saline soils of the chestnut soil zone. Nauchnye Doklady Vysshei Shkoly, Biologicheskie Nauki (8): 103-107

Readily soluble salts from Kazakhistan were studied in the field and microscopically; they consist of both thread-like aggregates and aggregates of small remelted crystals. Astrakhanite is the predominant mineral.

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