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Hydratation de l'aluminate monocalcique. II : Role du broyage.

Abstract

The comminution of monocalcium aluminate depends both on the grinding process and the composition of the solid : an "Aurec" vibrating crushing mill is more acting than a planetary ball mill. The subsequent reactivity of the solid versus water is more enhanced for "super-stoichiometric" aluminate (C/A=1.04) than for "sub-stoichiometric" one. Moreover, a connection between both the "balling fitness" of the solid and its activation during grinding was pointed out, what let suppose that entities responsible of the balling phenomenon take a prominent part in the hydration kinetics and can be considered as aluminate vacancies precedently identified.

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emse-00493923 , version 1 (21-06-2010)

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Andrée-Aimée Fournier, Jean-Pierre Lecompte, Bernard Guilhot, Michel Soustelle, Michel Murat, et al.. Hydratation de l'aluminate monocalcique. II : Role du broyage.. Cement and Concrete Research, 1985, 15 (2), pp.269-275. ⟨10.1016/0008-8846(85)90038-9⟩. ⟨emse-00493923⟩
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