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The JOURNAL publishes articles of interest to the international community of clay scientists, including but not limited to areas in mineralogy, crystallography, geology, geochemistry, sedimentology, soil science, agronomy, physical chemistry, colloid chemistry, ceramics, petroleum engineering, foundry engineering, and soil mechanics. Clays and Clay Minerals exists to disseminate to its worldwide readership the most recent developments in all of these aspects of clay materials. Manuscripts are welcome from all countries.

Clays and Clay Minerals is the official publication of The Clay Minerals Society.

The Editor-in-Chief is Professor Joseph W. Stucki [email protected]

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Volume 62, Number 3, June 2014

Interactions of radioactive and stable cesium with hydroxy-interlayered vermiculite grains in soils of the Savannah River Site, South Carolina, USA
pp. 161-173(13)
Authors: Goto, Momoko; Rosson, Robert; Elliott, W. Crawford; Wampler, J. M.; Serkiz, Steven; Kahn, Bernd


The pore structure of compacted and partly saturated MX-80 bentonite at different dry densities
pp. 174-187(14)
Authors: Keller, Lukas M.; Seiphoori, Ali; Gasser, Philippe; Lucas, Falk; Holzer, Lorenz; Ferrari, Alessio


The interaction between bentonite and water vapor. I: Examination of physical and chemical properties
pp. 188-202(15)
Authors: Heuser, Michel; Weber, Christian; Stanjek, Helge; Chen, Hong; Jordan, Guntram; Schmahl, Wolfgang W.; Natzeck, Carsten


Application of the dynamic cultivation system for microorganisms - a new way to culture the unculturables
pp. 203-210(8)
Authors: Kaden, René; Menger-Krug, Eve; Emmerich, Katja; Petrick, Kerstin; Krolla-Sidenstein, Peter


Methods for in situ SIMS microanalysis of boron and its isotopes in palagonite
pp. 224-234(11)
Authors: Pauly, Bruce D.; Williams, Lynda B.; Hervig, Richard L.; Schiffman, Peter; Zierenberg, Robert A.


The dissolution of amorphous silica in the presence of tropolone under acidic conditions
pp. 235-242(8)
Authors: Etou, Mayumi; Tsuji, Yutaka; Somiya, Kenji; Okaue, Yoshihiro; Yokoyama, Takushi


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