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Synonyms for magnesia

a white solid mineral that occurs naturally as periclase

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Little mineralogical change can be observed in the B horizons of the Cambic Calcic Cryosol (Siltic, Magnesic) (Pit 10-03) over a depth of 6 to 65 cm.
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.
Gold mineralisation at El Valle was initially deposited as calcic and magnesic copper-gold skarns at the contact between the Boinas granodiorite and limestone and dolomite of the (Cambrian) Larnaca formation.
Rengasamy P, McKenzie D, Armstrong R, Barrett-Lenard G, Bennett J, Dalai R, Dang Y, Davenport D, Fisher P, Hall D, Kessel D, Kopittke P, Marchuk A, Menzies N, Naidu N, Rab A, Raine S, Rao R, Riethmuller G, Sauer B, Tavakkoli E, Wehr B, Wilhelm N (2015) 'Dispersive (sodic and magnesic) soils in Australia: the mechanisms, distribution and management.