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calcic

 [kal´sik]
of or pertaining to lime or calcium.

cal·cic

(kal'sik),
Relating to lime.

cal·cic

(kal'sik)
Relating to lime.

calcic

of or pertaining to lime or calcium.
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44-63]), diopside and/or calcic hornblende, magnetite and minor quartz (less than 5%).
Although we would not suggest that the diopside (Di) was actively formed by metamorphic processes, the destruction of the Fe-Mg components of augite will make the remaining pyroxene more calcic.
Initial properties of the soils CEC, AEC: Cation, anion exchange capacity Properties Vertisol Inceptisol Taxonomic classification Calcic Chromustert Typic Haplustept pH (soil : water 1 :2.
Characteristics of the calcareous soil (CALC) and the decarbonated terra rosa (DECALC) in the 0-20 cm depth Mean [+ or -] standard error CALC DECALC Typic Calcic Calcixerept Haploxerept Chemical properties (g x [kg.
For PP the Kf value ranged from 35 for the Calcic Calcarosol, Walpeup, to 2123 for the Vertosol.
Amphibole is typically second in abundance to plagioclase, and is mainly calcic amphibole of magnesio-hornblende composition (White 1996).
It is also possible that a substantial quantity of OC is sorbed to the carbonate minerals, as there were two calcic Calcarosols (which do not contain shelly material) that had considerably higher OC contents when measured using the Heanes method (Fig.
The calcic hornblende in the granodiorite has [SIGMA](Ca+Na) in M4 [greater than or equal to] 1.
The experimental field was flat according to the FAO/ UNESCO Soil Classification (FAO/UNESCO 1993), and the soil was a Calcic Cambisol (sand 14%, silt 26%, clay 60%) with low fertility.
As with quartz, the Al that formed gibbsite could have come from the peridotite and the accompanying minerals such as calcic feldspar.