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Constitution and physical chemistry properties of clay minerals from Guadalquivir valley. I. Black earths soils (vertic), rendsinas and vertic marl soils



Constitution and physical chemistry properties of clay minerals from Guadalquivir valley. I. Black earths soils (vertic), rendsinas and vertic marl soils



Anales de edafologia y agrobiologia: 29 (11 12) 791-820




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