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K feldspar[′kā ′fel‚spär]
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Analyses of the insoluble residues from concretions and host rocks at Hredle locality have proved the different trend in the content of Na- and K feldspars
. The feldspar content in concretions is higher than in the host rock (10.2-25.3% compared with 6.2-7.9% in the host rock).