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- Alan D. Wilson, Laboratory of the Government Chemist, Middlesex
- John W. Nicholson, Laboratory of the Government Chemist, Middlesex
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There has been a failure to recognize acid-base cements as a single, well-defined class of material. This book attempts to remedy this situation by unifying the subject and treating this range of materials as a single class. Following a brief historical overview, an introductory chapter defines these cements as materials that are formed by reacting a basic powder with an acidic liquid to yield a salt-like matrix. The nature of the cementation process and the cement-forming acids and bases are discussed. Other chapters are devoted to the methods of study, the structure of water and simple polyelectrolyte theory.Read more
- The first comprehensive account of this subject
- Alan Wilson is an expert in this field with several decades of relevant research experience
- Will appeal to a specialist audience both in academia and industry
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' … comprehensive coverage of the subject and is well written and amply illustrated. It can be recommended unreservedly to those with interests in these materials.' Glass TechnologySee more reviews
'Timely and readable book which sucessfully bridges the gap between a textbook approach with fundamental definitions and a specialist text.' Asilib Book Guide
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- Date Published: March 2011
- format: Adobe eBook Reader
- isbn: 9780511875977
- contains: 99 b/w illus.
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Table of Contents
1. The formation of cements
2. Acid-base concepts
3. Experimental techniques for the study of acid-base elements
4. Water and acid-base cements
5. Polyelectrolytes, ion binding and gelation
6. Polyalkenoates cements
7. Phosphate bonded cements
8. Oxysalt bonded cements
9. Miscellaneous aqueous cements
10. Non-aqueous cements.
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