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Analyses of shales, mudstones and associated strata from the British Coal Measures reflect the general similarity of the clay mineralogy of the rocks studied. Variations in the Na ~ :K+ ratio appear to be due to variations in the Na+ :K+ ratio in illite. It is suggested that degraded illite supplied to the site of sedimentation had a bigher Na+ :K+ ratio than the illite now present in the shales and that post-depositional changes have caused a fall in this ratio. Under conditions of rapiddoi:10.1180/claymin.1960.004.24.05 fatcat:uw6ilganeva3roqmprjrayvae4