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But although clay content was correlated with degree of humification as indicated by C/N ratios, there was no difference in % C depth profiles and total C storage across these three soils. In the A horizons, where most OM resides, the iron oxide fraction of the basaltic soil was associated with a very minor proportion of the OM. Overall, it was climate differences between the two granitic soils, rather than differences in the mineral composition of the parent materials, that resulted in the most obvious mineral effect on C.
Sample 15b was taken from meta-anorthosite in the western side of Pamandapalaiyam, near the road between Cholasiramani and Tottiyamthottam. Sample 30a was taken from chromitite in the western side of Karungalpatti. The crystal chemistry of the last three amphiboles was determined from microprobe analyses combined with the results of Mössbauer spectroscopy. The studied amphibole species present in different rock types are identified as follows: i. ii. Meta-anorthosite: ferroan pargasite Chromitite: edenitic hornblende, magnesio-hornblende, tchermakitic hornblende, anthophyllite iii.
An Introduction to the Study of Mineralogy by C. Aydinalp