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Is cement inorganic?

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Inorganic compounds can be defined as any compound that is not organic compound. Some simple compounds which contain carbon are usually considered inorganic.
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Positive: 52 %
The Inorganic Materials Group conducts research to develop a fundamental understanding of the relationship between chemistry,microstructure, performance ...
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Version 3 1 Fileneme: IAEAReview of Cements Application of Inorganic Cements to the Conditioning and Immobilisation of Radioactive Wastes F.P.Glasser
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IX-Materials-B-Cement-1 THE MANUFACTURE OF PORTLAND CEMENT Cement is the substance which holds concrete together, which means that it is extremely
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A Comparative Study of Different Inorganic Pastes for the Development of Fiber Reinforced inorganic Polymer (FRiP) Strengthening Technology Sarfraz MUNIR1 ...
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