Authors:Dominik Paukszta and Justyna Zielińska-Maćkowiak
lignocellulosic fillers on the structural constitution of the polymer matrix and, subsequently, on functional properties of these composites. In addition, the analysis of the influence of the modification of the filler or of the polymer matrix is also important
Authors:E. Plevová, L. Vaculíková, A. Kožušníková, T. Daněk, M. Pleva, M. Ritz, and G. Simha Martynková
really small amounts or overlapping effects (corresponding with releasing of constitution water, crystal lattice breaks, or recrystallization) with carbonate dissociation effect (700–1,000 °C) or endotherm effect due to polymorphic transformation of
hydrosilicates resulting at the cement hydration (probably afwillite).
Endothermic effects with the maximum at 769.2 and 798.5 °C can be assigned to the successive constitution water removal from the tobermorite-type hydrosilicates.
Authors:M. S. Amin, S. A. Abo-El-Enein, A. Abdel Rahman, and Khaled A. Alfalous
-wollastonite (CS) phase.
The results of DSC thermograms obtained for the hardened pozzolanic cement pastes made of Mixes III-S1 and III-S2, having the constitutions of Mix III + 2.5% SF and Mix III + 5% SF, after 1, 7, and 90 days of hydration are shown
Authors:Isaak Lapides, Mikhail Borisover, and Shmuel Yariv
Newman , ACD , Brown , G . The chemical constitution of clays Newman , ACD , eds. Chemistry and composition of clays and clay minerals. Mineralogical society monograph no. 6 . London : Longman Scietific & Technical ; 1987 1 – 128
Authors:Shmuel Yariv, Isaak Lapides, and Mikhail Borisover
Newman , ACD , Brown , G 1987 The chemical constitutions of clays ACD Newman eds. Chemical composition of clays and clay minerals. Mineralogical society monograph No. 6 Longman Scientific and Technical London 1