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I have a residue made of elements quite close to those

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I have a residue made of elements quite close to those needed to make cement - I wanted to know if it is possible to actually turn it into cement - even with use of additives - , and the process for so doing. The residue is made of: Al2O3: 2.9 - 13 % CaO:
19 - 65 % Si2O: 11 - 20 % SO3: 1 - 2.5 % MgO: 7 - 18 % Cr2O3: 0.20 - 2 %
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: Structural Engineering
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 1 year ago.
Actually cement is a very specific product and isn't synthesized. Is it possible that what you're asking about making is concrete? Or are you looking to actually create something that is not cement but is very similar to cement in its properties?
Expert:  Michael Hannigan replied 1 year ago.
Also would be helpful to know what similarities you think this has with what type of cement.

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