QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF MINERALS IN THE BRIGHT GREY-CINNAMONIC (CHESTNUT) SOILS FROM NAKCHIVAN AR

H.J. Mehdiyev

Abstract


The bright grey-cinnamonic (chestnut) soils from Nakchivan AR don’t extend much, they Locate like spots in the West region and the East region is situated in the Nakchivan plain zones. In the soils quantitative analysis the West zones’ bright grey-cinnamonic (chestnut) soils from d001 – 0.81 %, d002 – 2.37 %, d003 – 1.62 % with chlorites from minerals, d001 – 2.40 %, d002 – 3.20 %, d003 – 2.80 % with illite (hydroclude) and d001 – 1.65 %, d002 – 0.90 % with caolinite. The bright grey-brown (chestnut) soils from the east regions in the minerals quantitative analysis from d001 – 0.6 %, d002 – 2.00 %, d003 – 0.4 % with montmorilonite, d001 – 4.00 %, d002 – 2.4 %, d003 – 1.3 % with illite (hydroclude), d001 – 3.0 %, d002 – 0.5 % with caolinite, d001 – 1.62 %, d002 – 5.40 %, d003 – 1.62 % with chlorite.


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