Materials Science of Concrete: Calcium Hydroxide in Concrete
Jan P. Skalny, Juraj Gebauer, Ivan Odler
Wiley, Apr 28, 2001 - Technology & Engineering - 280 pages
This volume provides broad coverage of key issues related to the role of calcium hydroxide in cements and concrete. It contains critical topics such as the physicochemical role calcium hydroxide plays in hydration and deterioration of cementing properties as well as the implications of the presence of calcium hydroxide on the future of Portland cement, blended and specialty cements, and ecology of cement production.
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The Role of Ca0H2 in Portland Cement Concretes
Calcium Hydroxide in Cement Paste and Concrete
Scanning Electron Microscopy in Concrete Petrography
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