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3b. Morphology and mineralogy of the high-density mineral-associated fractions obtained from the A2 and Bt1 horizons of the Jimmerson (basalt) soil. Density fractions are labelled in g cm-3. Powder X-Ray diffraction spectra are shown for the A2 horizon in black and for the Bt1 horizon in gray. Peaks for Halloysite (Y), Cristobalite (C), Quartz (Q), Anorthite (A), Goethite (G), and Hematite (H) are labeled. See text in Methods and in Results for more details. 2 Chemistry Whole soil The % C profiles for the three soils were very similar, but the C/N and % clay profiles were quite distinct (Figure 4).
The 0 -1 g cm-3 density class was distinguished by high % C, low C:N ratios and high 15N values. In the different fractions of the 1 - 2 g cm-3continuum of the basaltic Jimmerson soil, % C and C/N decreased while stable isotope values generally increased (Table 6). 6 g cm-3 density classes was reflected in C/N ratios > 40 (Table 5, Figure 5b, c). 4 g cm-3 density fractions corresponded to a transition between less decomposed mineral-free and more decomposed mineral-bound organic matter where % C and C/N decreased- and 13C and 15N increased.
An Introduction to the Study of Mineralogy by C. Aydinalp