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Variable charge soils: their mineralogy, chemistry and management

NP Qafoku, Eric Van Ranst (UGent) , A Noble and Geert Baert (UGent)
(2004) Advances in Agronomy. 84. p.159-215
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SURFACE-CHARGE, ELECTRICAL DOUBLE-LAYER, OBSERVED IN-SITU, DIFFUSE DOUBLE-LAYER, BINARY OXIDE SUSPENSIONS, CATION-EXCHANGE CAPACITY, CLAY MINERALOGY, NORTHEASTERN JAPAN, X-RAY-REFLECTIVITY, VOLCANIC ASH SOILS

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Qafoku, NP, Eric Van Ranst, A Noble, and Geert Baert. 2004. “Variable Charge Soils: Their Mineralogy, Chemistry and Management.” Ed. DL Sparks. Advances in Agronomy 84: 159–215.
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Qafoku, NP, Van Ranst, E., Noble, A., & Baert, G. (2004). Variable charge soils: their mineralogy, chemistry and management. (D. Sparks, Ed.)Advances in Agronomy, 84, 159–215.
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Qafoku N, Van Ranst E, Noble A, Baert G. Variable charge soils: their mineralogy, chemistry and management. Sparks D, editor. Advances in Agronomy. San Diego, CA, USA: Elsevier Academic; 2004;84:159–215.
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Qafoku, NP, Eric Van Ranst, A Noble, et al. “Variable Charge Soils: Their Mineralogy, Chemistry and Management.” Ed. DL Sparks. Advances in Agronomy 84 (2004): 159–215. Print.
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  author       = {Qafoku, NP and Van Ranst, Eric and Noble, A and Baert, Geert},
  editor       = {Sparks, DL},
  isbn         = {9780120007820},
  issn         = {0065-2113},
  journal      = {Advances in Agronomy},
  keyword      = {SURFACE-CHARGE,ELECTRICAL DOUBLE-LAYER,OBSERVED IN-SITU,DIFFUSE DOUBLE-LAYER,BINARY OXIDE SUSPENSIONS,CATION-EXCHANGE CAPACITY,CLAY MINERALOGY,NORTHEASTERN JAPAN,X-RAY-REFLECTIVITY,VOLCANIC ASH SOILS},
  language     = {eng},
  pages        = {159--215},
  publisher    = {Elsevier Academic},
  title        = {Variable charge soils: their mineralogy, chemistry and management},
  url          = {http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/S0065-2113(04)84004-5},
  volume       = {84},
  year         = {2004},
}

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