The -1 micron portion of several diversified soils were separated by sedimentary fractionation. Physical properties were evaluated on the -1 micron portion, the +1 micron portion, and on the original -40 sample. The -1 micron portion was analyzed for clay mineral identity by X-ray diffraction, and analyzed chemically for associated materials such as the oxides of Iron, Aluminum, Calcium, and lv!agneeium.
These data present several possibilities and trends as to the inter-dependency of the involved variables, other considerations have been devoted to the geologic origin of several samples and to various physico-chemical relationships.
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Havens, James H.; Young, James L. Jr.; and Drake, William B., "Some Chemical, Physical and Mineralogical Features of Soil Colloids" (1949). Kentucky Transportation Center Research Report. 1362.