Mercedes Perez Mendez - Study of stabilized phases in high alumina cement mortars. Part II: Effect of CaCO3 added to high alumina cement mortar subjected to elevated temperature curing and carbonation

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         Cement and Concrete Research, 14, 1-10  (1984).      


        The effects of adding ground limestone to high alumina cement   mortar were studied. The hydration was carried out at 60°C to   form the cubic hydrate C3AH6 directly,   hence avoiding the conversion of CAH10 to   C3AH6,   and at 20°C. Other experiments involved subsequent carbonation   with CO2 and   thermal treatment. The formation of stable carbonated phases was   evident even at very early ages.

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