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  • Focussed on various aspects of geopolymer and alkali-activated binders (AABs), July edition guest edited by Prof. Shashank Bishnoi and Ms. Meenkashi Sharma, through research papers explain various aspects of the production and use of geopolymers and AABs.
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Jul 2020 | Volume - 94 | Number : 07

Geopolymers and more generally alkali-activated binders represent possible alternatives to classical Portland cements.

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