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United States Department of Agriculture

Agricultural Research Service

Research Project: BIOGEOCHEMICAL PROCESSES INFLUENCING FORMATION AND STABILIZATION OF SOIL ORGANIC MATTER AND SOIL STRUCTURE Title: Layer Charge of Clay Minerals; Selected papers from the Symposium on Current Knowledge on the Layer Charge of Clay Minerals

Authors
item Komadel, Peter - INST INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
item Bujdak, Juraj - INST INORGANIC CHEMISTRY
item Laird, David

Submitted to: Journal of Applied Clay Science
Publication Type: Other
Publication Acceptance Date: July 2, 2006
Publication Date: January 9, 2007
Citation: Komadel, P., Bujdak, J., Laird, D.A. 2007. Layer Charge of Clay Minerals; Selected papers from the Symposium on Current Knowledge on the Layer Charge of Clay Minerals. Journal of Applied Clay Science. 34(14):1-138.

Technical Abstract: This Special issue contains papers based on the contributions presented during the workshop “Current Knowledge on the Layer Charge of Clay Minerals”, held on September 18 and 19, 2004, in the Smolenice Castle, Slovakia. Layer charge is one of the most important characteristics of clay minerals as it strongly influences the function of clay minerals in geological, environmental, and industrial system. The workshop was sponsored and supported by the Integrated Center for Advanced Materials and Molecular Research of the Institute of Inorganic Chemistry of Slovak Academy of Sciences, IIC-MATMOL (project G5MA-CT-2002-04051 of the 5th Framework program of EU).

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