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Combined Size and Density Fractionation of Soils for Investigations of Organo-Mineral Interactions
 

Combined Size and Density Fractionation of Soils for Investigations of Organo-Mineral Interactions

Article doi: 10.3791/58927
February 15th, 2019

Summary February 15th, 2019

Combined size and density fractionation (CSDF) is a method to physically separate soil into fractions differing in texture (particle size) and mineralogy (density). The purpose is to isolate fractions with different reactivities towards soil organic matter (SOM), in order to better understand organo-mineral interactions and SOM dynamics.

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