Effect of carbonation on properties of blended and non-blended cement solidified waste forms

@inproceedings{Lange1997EffectOC,
  title={Effect of carbonation on properties of blended and non-blended cement solidified waste forms},
  author={Lis{\'e}te Celina Lange and Colin D. Hills and Alan B. Poole},
  year={1997}
}
Five types of cement and two pozzolans were used to investigate the influence of carbonation on the properties of solidified waste forms. The waste chosen was a commercially blended product which was mixed with cement and then cured in three different environments: nitrogen, air and carbon dioxide for 28 days. Samples were examined for strength development, setting time, microstructural development and leachate metal fixation. Samples cured in a carbon dioxide rich environment showed distinct… CONTINUE READING

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