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Title: Classification Of Admixtures As To Pozzolanic Effect By Means Of Compressive Strength Of Concrete
Author(s): F. R. Mc Millan And T. C. Powers
Publication: Journal Proceedings
Appears on pages(s): 129-144
Abstract:Strength test data are used to indicate the effect of the following admixtures: bentonite, Tripoli silica, California oumicite. diatomaceous earth. crvstalline talc, hydrated lime: Kansas pumicite, Magnolia cei merit, blast furnace slag, and hydraulic lime. Strenath is considered as an index sample analysis of data is to pozzolanic action, and given in an appendix.
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