Calcined clay

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1. An inorganic soil amendment formed by expanding clay at high temperatures (calcining), and used to alter soil strength by affecting its ability to retain moisture.

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Calcined clay grains.
Source: http://generalhorticulture.tamu.edu/h202/labs/lab7/inorganic.html