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nitric horizon


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A clay-rich soil horizon in which more than 30 per cent of the clay consists of 1 : 1 clay minerals. These are sheet silicates in which one layer of SiO is coupled to a layer of brucite or gibbsite; the group includes serpentine, kaolinite, and kandite clays.

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