Fine floor

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As fine soil is referred to the proportion of the total soil, the bottom of which the particles have a particle size having less than 2 mm. This includes the soil types sand , silt (or silt ), clay and loam .

Coarser components with an equivalent diameter greater than 2 mm such as gravel , weathered gravel or stones are referred to as soil skeletons or coarse soil .