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Physico-Mechanical Properties of Hardened Mg-Phosphate Cement

  • Marek Petri (a1) and Ivan Odler (a2)

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In a series of test specimens made out of magnesium phosphate cement, their physico-mechanical properties–i.e., fracture toughness, Poisson's ratio, Young's modulus, and bending strength–were studied. Samples included in the study were either in their original moisture state or dried. Some of them were polished on their tension side to eliminate the effect of surface defects.

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1. Petri, M., “Development of microcracks in hardened cement paste,” Adv. Cem. Res., to be published.
2. Lindner, H. A., Ceramic Forum Int./Ber. DKG, 64(7), 7479 (1987).

Physico-Mechanical Properties of Hardened Mg-Phosphate Cement

  • Marek Petri (a1) and Ivan Odler (a2)

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