Geopolymer Binders in Composite Cements and Ceramic-Like Materials
Two types of geopolymeric networks have been prepared and characterized: aluminosilicatic binders(1) generated of metaclays for composite cements and iron-phosphate binders(2) formed of iron oxyhydroxites for applications in strong acidic environments. The focus of the investigations was on the influence of the thermal(1) or the acidic(2) activation on the structure and properties of the materials. In both cases, the amount of present water plays an essential role.
Pietro VINCENZINI and Cristina LEONELLI
C. Kaps and M. Hohmann, "Geopolymer Binders in Composite Cements and Ceramic-Like Materials", Advances in Science and Technology, Vol. 69, pp. 31-40, 2010