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Release of manganese by various cations from manganese saturated clay minerals and soil clays. I. Clay minerals



Release of manganese by various cations from manganese saturated clay minerals and soil clays. I. Clay minerals



Agrochimica, 14: 480-489



The magnitude of Mn release from SiO2 minerals depended on the nature and concentration of added cation, and on the nature of the clay mineral (kaolinite, illite, halloysite etc.). The lyotropic series was followed in most cases, with some peculiarities such as the anomalous behaviour of H, interchange in the positions of NH4+ and K+, and the great effect of Fe3+ and small effect of Na+ in releasing Mn2+ from the clay minerals.

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