Corrosion of cement pastes made of CEM I and CEM III/A caused by a saturated water solution of ammonium chloride after 4 and 25 days of aggressive immersion

@inproceedings{SomkaSupik2018CorrosionOC,
  title={Corrosion of cement pastes made of CEM I and CEM III/A caused by a saturated water solution of ammonium chloride after 4 and 25 days of aggressive immersion},
  author={B. Słomka-Słupik and Jacek Podw{\'o}rny and Marcin Staszuk},
  year={2018}
}
Abstract One of the most common causes of the decay of concrete structures is contact with aggressive chemical compounds. Fluids containing chlorides and ammonium ions behave aggressively toward reinforced concrete in many environmental engineering structures. Therefore, the highest level of safety should be preserved in the case of industrial sewage treatment plant facilities, which also aim to protect the environment against pollutants. An accelerated test of the degradation of hydrated… CONTINUE READING

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