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Clay minerals

Triclinic, monoclinic

Clay minerals comprise several groups of hydrous phyllosilicates that are produced by surface and hydrothermal alteration of other silicates and that are primary constituents of many sedimentary rocks, in particular mudrocks and marls, as well as soils.

References and Further Reading


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Mineral Properties


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