Structure of New Building Ceramics with High Crystallinity from Industrial Wastes and Kaolin

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New building ceramics, obtained by sintering at 1150-1250oC of huge amounts of Blast Furnace Slag or bottom ashes from Municipal Solid Waste Incinerator (MSWA) mixed with kaolin, are characterised. The phase compositions and the amounts of formed crystal and amorphous phases are estimated by XRD analysis. The structures of the final samples (both surface… (More)

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@inproceedings{Nishkov2013StructureON, title={Structure of New Building Ceramics with High Crystallinity from Industrial Wastes and Kaolin}, author={Ivan Nishkov and Irena D Grigorova and Dimitar Mochev and Teodora Hristova and Stela Atanasova-Vladimirova and Bogdan S. Ranguelov and Georgi Avdeev and Emilia Karamanova and Alexander Karamanov}, year={2013} }