white portland cement


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white portland cement

[′wīt ′pȯrt·lənd si′mənt]
(materials)
Finely ground portland cement made from pure calcite limestone and white clay.

white portland cement

A portland cement, produced from raw materials low in iron, which hydrates to a white paste; used to yield a concrete of considerable whiteness.
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