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Properties of Inorganic Polymers Produced from Brick Waste and Metallurgical Slag
This paper explores the alkali activation potential of brick wastes and metallurgical slags. Inorganic polymers (IPs) were produced using an alkaline medium consisting of sodium hydroxide and sodium silicate solutions and the optimum synthesis conditions were determined. In this context, the variable parameters, such as solid to liquid (S/L) ratio, curing temperature (60, 80 and 90 °C) and ageing time (7 and 28 days) on the compressive strength and the morphology of the produced IPs weredoi:10.3390/min9090551 fatcat:trdcea3i4fgxjdamzvyr7rcjxa