Hydration of clinkers with phosphorus incorporated in the structure of Ca silicates
|Year of publication
|Article in Proceedings
|MU Faculty or unit
|phosphoclinker, hydration, electron microanalysis, XRD, immobilization
|The modification of the raw meal composition containing meat and bone meal on the base of the study of phosphorus substitution mechanisms in clinker minerals, especially the discovery of berlinite substitution enabled to produce clinkers with higher P load, and the modified clinkers even posses special properties utilizable in immobilization of toxic elements. The doping of belite by P and other foreign elements causes the emergence of a multitude of structural defects, which then increase the openness to hydration water and improve its properties.