Chloride binding capacity of hydrotalcite and the competition with carbonates in ground granulated blast furnace slag concrete
This paper further investigates the hypothesis and recent preliminary findings that hydrotalcite is responsible for the remarkable improvement of chloride binding in concretes containing ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBFS). In this paper, the chloride binding capacity of hydrotalcite has been examined in a wide range of GGBFS and GGBFSOPC (ordinary Portland cement) blends. X-ray diffraction (XRD) was conducted to identify hydrotalcite in GGBFS pastes and to distinguish it from...[Show more]
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