By: A Meunier and BD Velde
300 pages, 138 illus
Illite is the most abundant and common clay mineral. Understanding its structure and transformation is an absolute prerequisite to understanding the problems of environmental change. Using illite as the frame, the authors describe problems in soil chemistry, clay stability and clay kinetics in sedimentary rocks.
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