Surface charge evolution of mineral-organic complexes during pedogenesis in Hawaiian basalt

@inproceedings{Chorover2004SurfaceCE,
  title={Surface charge evolution of mineral-organic complexes during pedogenesis in Hawaiian basalt},
  author={Jon Chorover and Mary Kay Amistadi and Oliver A. Chadwick},
  year={2004}
}
Changes in surface charge of soil particles that accompany mineral transformations during soil formation were measured for a humid tropical chronosequence in Hawaiian basalt ranging in lava flow age from 0.3 to 4100 kiloyears (ky). Parent mineralogy is dominated by glass, olivine, pyroxene, and feldspar, whereas poorly crystalline (PC) weathering products (allophane, microcrystalline gibbsite, ferrihydrite) accumulate in early to intermediate weathering stages (through 400 ky), and crystalline… CONTINUE READING

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