Magnesic


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Mag`ne´sic


a.1.(Chem.) Pertaining to, or containing, magnesium; as, magnesic oxide.
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The two soils used were a Brown Sodosol (Isbell 1996) on Palaeozoic sedimentary rocks at Maindample and a bleached-mottled magnesic Yellow Kurosol on Palaeozoic granite at Ruffy, north-eastern Victoria (Ridley et al.
At Site 1, some sampled locations had values of EMgP considered to be magnesic (>25%) (Northcote and Skene 1972).
1986) concluded that the enhanced clay dispersion in high magnesic sodic soil is related to the radius and hydration energy of Mg ion compared with Ca.
Samples were collected in north-eastern France (Lorraine Region), from the ploughed horizon (0-20 cm) of 4 soils: a Luvisol (Luv), 2 calcaric Cambisols (Calc1 and Calc2), and a magnesic Cambisol on serpentine (Serp).
5 are sodic or magnesic, the high pH being due to the presence of sodium or magnesium carbonate and bicarbonate.