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Crystal Chemistry of Lamellar Calcium Aluminate Sulfonate Hydrates: Fixation of Aromatic Sulfonic Acid Anions

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In ordinary portland cements the calcium aluminate and calcium aluminate ferrate phase react with the sulphate phase (gypsum or different calcium sulphate hydrates) to ettringite (Aft-phases) and are transferred with additional C3A, to lamellar calcium aluminate ferrate hydrates (Afm-phases). The interaction of admixtures with cement pastes does not only manipulate the properties of the cement paste, the crystal chemistry of the hydrated phases were influenced, too (Pöllmann 1989a; Kuzel 1969).

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Stöber, S., Pöllmann, H. (2011). Crystal Chemistry of Lamellar Calcium Aluminate Sulfonate Hydrates: Fixation of Aromatic Sulfonic Acid Anions. In: Krivovichev, S. (eds) Minerals as Advanced Materials II. Springer, Berlin, Heidelberg. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-3-642-20018-2_11

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