Recycling of aluminosilicate waste: Impact onto geopolymer formation
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Geopolymers are innovative ecomaterials resulting from the activation of an aluminosilicate source by an alkaline solution. Their properties depend on the used raw materials. This paper focuses on the possibility to obtain geopolymer materials with aluminosilicate laboratory waste. The effect of these additions on the geopolymer properties was studied by FTIR spectroscopy and mechanical test. It was evidenced a slowdown of the polycondensation reaction as well as the compressive strength due to the addition of laboratory waste which decreases the Si/K ratio of mixture.
KeywordsCompressive Strength Geopolymer European Physical Journal Special Topic Recycle Aggregate Polycondensation Reaction
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