X-ray diffraction microtomography (XRD-CT), a novel tool for non-invasive mapping of phase development in cement materials.

@article{Artioli2010XrayDM,
  title={X-ray diffraction microtomography (XRD-CT), a novel tool for non-invasive mapping of phase development in cement materials.},
  author={Gilberto Artioli and Teresa Cerulli and Gabriele Cruciani and Maria Chiara Dalconi and Giorgia Ferrari and Matteo Parisatto and Alexander Rack and R{\'e}mi Tucoulou},
  journal={Analytical and bioanalytical chemistry},
  year={2010},
  volume={397 6},
  pages={2131-6}
}
A recently developed synchrotron-based imaging technique, X-ray diffraction microtomography (XRD-CT), has been applied here for the first time to a complex system, the hydrating Portland cement paste, in order to monitor the evolution of microstructure and phase formation with a 3D non-invasive imaging approach. The ettringite-XRD-peak-based image reconstructions, combined with transmission microtomography (X-microCT) images, allowed to assess the ubiquitous distribution of this phase, which… CONTINUE READING
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