oxychloride cement

oxychloride cement

[¦äk·sē′klȯr‚īd si′ment]
(materials)
A strong, hard cement composed of magnesium chloride and calcined magnesia; used for floors and stucco. Also known as Sorel cement.
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oxychloride cement, sorel cement

A strong, hard cement composed of magnesium chloride and calcined magnesia; sometimes fillers are added.
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Air Krete is a modified oxychloride cement product that is formed of air bubbles encased in cement.