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Crystalline clay minerals of the soils derived from recent volcanic ashes in Hokkaido, Japan. II. 2 : 1 type clay minerals



Crystalline clay minerals of the soils derived from recent volcanic ashes in Hokkaido, Japan. II. 2 : 1 type clay minerals



Soil Sci. Pl. Nutr, 14: 133-140



The expanding layer silicates consist of a mixture of montmorillonite and vermiculite and are particularly abundant in the <0.4 micro fraction.

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