Published: Jan 1978
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The proper role of aggregates in concrete is usually perceived as mechanical, rather than chemical. Aggregates are selected on the basis of their favorable physical properties, and unless something unusual occurs, they are supposed to remain inert and unreactive chemically.
Professor of engineering materials, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Inc.,