Action and distribution of organic solvent contaminations in hydrating cement: time-resolved insights into solidification of organic waste.

@article{Nestle2001ActionAD,
  title={Action and distribution of organic solvent contaminations in hydrating cement: time-resolved insights into solidification of organic waste.},
  author={Nikolaus Nestle and Christian Zimmermann and Marwan Dakkouri and Reinhard Niessner},
  journal={Environmental science & technology},
  year={2001},
  volume={35 24},
  pages={4953-6}
}
Cementitious materials are widely used as binders both in construction and in environmental technology (e.g., for stabilization and solidification). When dealing with materials contaminated with organic solvents, it is important to have an idea about the interaction between the solvents and the hydrating cement. Here, we introduce nuclear magnetic resonance relaxometry experiments as a way to study both the influence of organic model contaminants on the hydration kinetics of cement and the… CONTINUE READING

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