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Title A practical guide to microstructural analysis of cementitious materials / edited by Karen Scrivener, Ruben Snellings, Barbara Lothenbach.
Imprint Boca Raton, FL : CRC Press, [2016]
©2016

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Description 1 online resource (xix, 508 pages) : illustrations
Note "A Spon Press book."
Bibliog. Includes bibliographical references.
Note Available only to authorized UTEP users.
Print version record.
Subject Cement -- Microstructure.
Cement -- Analysis.
Concrete -- Additives.
Genre Electronic books.
Contents 1. Sample preparation / Frank Winnefeld, Axel Schöler and Barbara Lothenbach -- 2. Calorimetry / Lars Wadsö, Frank Winnefeld, Kyle Riding and Paul Sandberg -- 3. Characterisation of development of cement hydration using chemical shrinkage / Mette Geiker -- 4. X-ray powder diffraction applied to cement / Ruben Snellings -- 5. Thermogravimetric analysis / Barbara Lothenbach, Paweł Durdziński and Klaartje de Weerdt -- 6. High-resolution solid-state nuclear magnetic resonance spectroscopy of portland cement-based systems / Jørgen Skibsted -- 7. Proton nuclear magnetic resonance relaxometry / Arnaud C.A. Muller, Jonathan Mitchell and Peter J. McDonald -- 8. Electron microscopy / Karen Scrivener, Amélie Bazzoni, Berta Mota and John E. Rossen -- 9. Mercury intrusion porosimetry / Elise Berodier, Julien Bizzozero and Arnaud C.A. Muller -- 10. Laser diffraction and gas adsorption techniques / Marta Palacios, Hadi Kazemi-Kamyab, Sara Mantellato and Paul Bowen -- 11. Ternary phase diagrams applied to hydrated cement / Duncan Herfort and Barbara Lothenbach.
Summary "This edited volume provides the cement science community with a state-of-the-art overview of analytical techniques used in cement chemistry to study the hydration and microstructure of cements. Each chapter focuses on a specific technique, not only describing the basic principles behind the technique, but also providing essential, practical details on its application to the study of cement hydration. Each chapter sets out present best practice, and draws attention to the limitations and potential experimental pitfalls of the technique. Databases that supply examples and that support the analysis and interpretation of the experimental results strengthen a very valuable ready reference."--Back cover.
Other Author Scrivener, Karen, editor.
Snellings, Ruben, editor.
Lothenbach, Barbara, editor.
Other Title Print version: Practical guide to microstructural analysis of cementitious materials. Boca Raton CRC Press, [2016] 9781498738651