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Clays have long been of interest to man, and since the earliest times he has attempted to devise a system for their classification. The ancients regarded them as earths under the old earth-air-fire-water scheme, but their true nature was unknown until the advent of X-ray diffraction studies in the 1920's. In spite of recent advances, there is no generally accepted definition of the terms clays and clay mineral.

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