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Greenhouse gases: science and technology, ISSN 2152-3878, 2016, Volume 6, Issue 4, pp. 470 - 491
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ISSN 0306-0012, 11/2014, Volume 43, Issue 23, pp. 849 - 88
.... Mineral carbonation (MC) is emerging as a potential CCS technology solution to sequester CO 2 from smaller/medium emitters, where geological sequestration is not a viable option... 
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Chemical Society Reviews, ISSN 0306-0012, 12/2014, Volume 43, Issue 23, pp. 8049 - 8080
.... Mineral carbonation (MC) is emerging as a potential CCS technology solution to sequester CO2 from smaller/medium emitters, where geological sequestration is not a viable option... 
DEEP-SEA BASALT | GAS-SOLID CARBONATION | ACCELERATED CARBONATION | MSWI-BOTTOM ASH | PRECIPITATED CALCIUM-CARBONATE | STEEL SLAG | OIL-SHALE ASH | CEMENT KILN DUST | RECYCLABLE AMMONIUM-SALTS | CHEMISTRY, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | COAL FLY-ASH
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Cement and concrete research, ISSN 0008-8846, 2018, Volume 109, pp. 184 - 197
This study investigates the influence of carbonation on the microstructure of cement paste cast with Ordinary Portland Cement (OPC... 
Thermodynamic modeling | Supplementary cementitious materials | Porosity | Accelerated carbonation | C-S-H | MATERIALS SCIENCE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | CO2 | PORE STRUCTURE | CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING TECHNOLOGY | SPECTROSCOPY | LIME | PORTLAND-CEMENT | CONCRETE CARBONATION | SAMPLES | Thermodynamics | Cement | Carbonates
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Construction & building materials, ISSN 0950-0618, 2016, Volume 125, pp. 661 - 669
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Journal of Cleaner Production, ISSN 0959-6526, 01/2016, Volume 112, pp. 4173 - 4182
.... In this laboratory work, direct mineral carbonation of coal fly ash (CFA) through gas–solid as well as aqueous route has been studied with 100... 
Coal fly ash | Gas–solid carbonation | Climate change | Aqueous carbonation | Carbon dioxide | Gas-solid carbonation | STORAGE | GREEN & SUSTAINABLE SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY | ENVIRONMENTAL SCIENCES | ACCELERATED CARBONATION | ENGINEERING, ENVIRONMENTAL | CAPTURE
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Cement and concrete research, ISSN 0008-8846, 2016, Volume 88, pp. 227 - 235
An experimental approach based on the study of the pore solution of metakaolin-based geopolymer has been established in this study to investigate the phenomenon of carbonation in these materials... 
Metakaolin | Carbonation | Durability | Geopolymer | Pore solution | ALKALI | CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING TECHNOLOGY | ACCELERATED CARBONATION | MATERIALS SCIENCE, MULTIDISCIPLINARY | SLAG | FLY-ASH | CONCRETE | Corrosion and anti-corrosives | Cement | Carbonates | Sodium bicarbonate | Engineering Sciences | Civil Engineering
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Cement and Concrete Composites, ISSN 0958-9465, 07/2014, Volume 50, pp. 73 - 81
.... Concrete alkalinity protects the reinforcement bars from corrosion but the carbonation phenomenon significantly contributes to the destruction of their passive coating, thus favouring the corrosion onset... 
Durability | Multiple linear regression | Statistical modelling | Reinforced concrete | CONSTRUCTION & BUILDING TECHNOLOGY | ACCELERATED CARBONATION | MATERIALS SCIENCE, COMPOSITES | DEPTH | Case studies | Models | Analysis | Corrosion and anti-corrosives | Concretes | Corrosion | Mathematical analysis | Reinforcement | Carbonation | Mathematical models | Coefficients
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