This paper investigates the influences of dosage of ground granulated blast furnace slag (GGBS) (0%, 20%, 40%, 60% and 80%) to chloride diffusion coefficient. And the time dependency of apparent diffusion coefficient as the submerging time from 60 days to 360days has also been studied. The result shows that the addition of GGBS into concrete has great influence on the chloride diffusion. The diffusion coefficients of the mixes containing GGBS decrease rapidly with time than that of the mix PC Control. But there were little differences of the values of apparent diffusion coefficients among the mixes SL20, SL40 and SL60. The addition of GGBS in concrete has great influence on the time dependency of concrete. And the concrete which has 40%-60% replacement of GGBS has greater ability to resist the diffusion of chloride than other replacement.