Published: Jan 1978
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It has long been recognized that no aggregate is completely inert in the environment of portland cement paste. This environment is always at least as alkaline as a saturated solution of calcium hydroxide and may for certain sources of cement exceed this alkalinity . We only need to consider those reactions which take place at a rate sufficient to affect the concrete during its normal life span. Carbonate aggregate reactions may be beneficial, innocuous, or deleterious.
Materials research petrographer, Virginia Highway Research Council, Charlottesville, Va.
Paper ID: STP35641S