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Clay-mineralogical investigations on red ferruginous soils in the humid tropical zone of India, in relation to the soils' genesis



Clay-mineralogical investigations on red ferruginous soils in the humid tropical zone of India, in relation to the soils' genesis



Agrokem. Talajt 17: 477-488



Results of X-ray and differential-thermal analyses are discussed in relation to the ionic environment of the weathering zone.

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