Sorel cement


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Sorel cement

[sȯ′rel si‚ment]
(materials)

oxychloride cement, sorel cement

A strong, hard cement composed of magnesium chloride and calcined magnesia; sometimes fillers are added.
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Among their topics are diffraction and crystallography applied to anhydrous cements, the role of hydrotalcite-type layered double hydroxides in delayed possolanic reactions and their bearing on mortar dating, magnesia building material (Sorel cement) from basics to application, new cementitious systems with reduced carbon dioxide, characterizing microstructures of Portland cements by analytical scanning electron microscopy, and no cement production without refractories.