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    Chapter 6—The Nature of Concrete

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    The term concrete can be construed to include a considerable variety of products made from portland cement or other cementing media, but in this publication the term concrete usually refers to a material which was at first a plastic mixture (or mixture that became plastic as a result of manipulation, especially vibration) of portland cement, water, air, and mineral aggregate. Therefore, this discussion of the nature of concrete will have the scope indicated by that description.

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    Committee/Subcommittee: C09.96

    DOI: 10.1520/STP35606S