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The Transformation of Coal-Mining Waste Minerals in the Pozzolanic Reactions of Cements

AutorGiménez-García, Rosario; Vigil de la Villa, R.; Rubio, Virginia; Frías, Moisés
Fecha de publicación30-jun-2016
EditorMultidisciplinary Digital Publishing Institute
CitaciónMinerals 6(3): 64 (2016)
ResumenThe cement industry has the potential to become a major consumer of recycled waste materials that are transformed and recycled in various forms as aggregates and pozzolanic materials. These recycled waste materials would otherwise have been dumped in landfill sites, leaving hazardous elements to break down and contaminate the environment. There are several approaches for the reuse of these waste products, especially in relation to clay minerals that can induce pozzolanic reactions of special interest in the cement industry. In the present paper, scientific aspects are discussed in relation to several inert coal-mining wastes and their recycling as alternative sources of future eco-efficient pozzolans, based on activated phyllosilicates. The presence of kaolinite in this waste indicates that thermal treatment at 600 °C for 2 h transformed these minerals into a highly reactive metakaolinite over the first seven days of the pozzolanic reaction. Moreover, high contents of metakaolinite, together with silica and alumina sheet structures, assisted the appearance of layered double hydroxides through metastable phases, forming stratlingite throughout the main phase of the pozzolanic reaction after 28 days (as recommended by the European Standard) as the reaction proceeded.
Identificadoresdoi: 10.3390/min6030064
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