CATION-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES OF HYDRATED CEMENTS.

Sridhar Komarneni, Della M. Roy, Amitabha Kumar

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Abstract

The cation-exchange and cesium-sorption properties of hydrated cements with and without pozzolans were determined. Compositionally adjusted (silica fume added) hydrated cements exhibit substantial cation-exchange capacity. For example, portland cement type II/I with 30% silica fume (hydrated at 60 degree C for 6 weeks) has an exchange capacity of 44 meq/100 g. These hydrated cements have Cs sorption capability, but this sorption is not specific. The cation-exchange and cesium-sorption properties of hydrated cements may be important in nuclear and hazardous waste disposal.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Title of host publicationAdvances in Ceramics
EditorsGeorge G. Wicks, Wayne A. Ross
PublisherAmerican Ceramic Soc Inc
Pages441-447
Number of pages7
Volume8
ISBN (Print)0916094553
StatePublished - Dec 1 1984

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Sorption
Ion exchange
Cements
Positive ions
Silica fume
Cesium
Pozzolan
Portland cement
Waste disposal

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Komarneni, S., Roy, D. M., & Kumar, A. (1984). CATION-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES OF HYDRATED CEMENTS. In G. G. Wicks, & W. A. Ross (Eds.), Advances in Ceramics (Vol. 8, pp. 441-447). American Ceramic Soc Inc.
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CATION-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES OF HYDRATED CEMENTS. / Komarneni, Sridhar; Roy, Della M.; Kumar, Amitabha.

Advances in Ceramics. ed. / George G. Wicks; Wayne A. Ross. Vol. 8 American Ceramic Soc Inc, 1984. p. 441-447.

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Komarneni S, Roy DM, Kumar A. CATION-EXCHANGE PROPERTIES OF HYDRATED CEMENTS. In Wicks GG, Ross WA, editors, Advances in Ceramics. Vol. 8. American Ceramic Soc Inc. 1984. p. 441-447