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The Effect of Additives of Water-Soluble Glass on the Extraction of Alkali from Portland Cement

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The phenomenon of suppressing the potassium alkaline activity of Portland cement in the early stages of hydration in the presence of sodium water-soluble glass is established.

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Shevchenko, V.V., Kotsay, G.N. The Effect of Additives of Water-Soluble Glass on the Extraction of Alkali from Portland Cement. Glass Phys Chem 45, 596–598 (2019). https://doi.org/10.1134/S1087659619060208

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  • cement
  • water-soluble glass
  • the phenomenon of alkaline extraction
  • alkaline activity