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Small-Angle Neutron Scattering from Hydrated Cement Pastes

  • L.P. Aldridge (a1), W.K. Bertram (a1), T.M. Sabine (a1), J Bukowski (a2), J.F. Young (a2) and R.K. Heenan (a3)...

Abstract

Small angle neutron scattering (SANS) has been used to examine hydrated cement pastes with water-to-cement ratios between 0.25 and 0.8 and cured for 28 days. Various methods of data analysis are applied to the pastes.

Fitting the entire SANS spectra of the hydrated cement paste has suggested that there are two scattering entities in the paste. There is some evidence to suggest that one scattering entity is globules of calcium silicate hydrate formed in the hydrated paste.

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Small-Angle Neutron Scattering from Hydrated Cement Pastes

  • L.P. Aldridge (a1), W.K. Bertram (a1), T.M. Sabine (a1), J Bukowski (a2), J.F. Young (a2) and R.K. Heenan (a3)...

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