Term: Cement chemist notation

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– Main Phases in Portland Cement Before and After Hydration:
– Oxides used to build complex compounds
– Main crystalline phases related to clinker and non-hydrated Portland cement
– Crystalline phases of Portland cement known as AF
– Phase composition quantified through Bogue formula
– Addition of calcium sulfate and limestone filler in cement preparation

– Hydrated Cement Paste:
– Hydration products in hardened cement pastes (HCPs)
– Examples of hydration products like calcium hydroxide and C-S-H
– Application of cement chemist notation to silicate mineralogy
– Comparison of belite hydration and forsterite serpentinisation
– Benefits of using cement chemist notation in mineralogical works

– See Also:
– Hydration of belite in cement analogous to forsterite hydration
Hydration reaction of forsterite (olivine) in serpentinisation

– References:
– Friedrich W. Locher’s book “Cement: Principles of Production and Use”
– S. Mindess and J.F. Young’s book “Concrete

– External Links:
– Cement and Concrete Glossary
– Link to Wikipedia page on Cement Chemist Notation

Cement chemist notation (CCN) was developed to simplify the formulas cement chemists use on a daily basis. It is a shorthand way of writing the chemical formula of oxides of calcium, silicon, and various metals.

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