What Is in Cement?


Some of things that are found in cement include: limestone, silica, iron oxide, alumina and magnesia. It is a hydraulic binder and a key component in concretes and mortars that is mainly used in building of houses.
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Cement is a building material made by heating limestone with small quantities of other materials in a process known as calcination. It is usually mixed with water, sand and gravel to make concrete or mortar. Cement may also refer to a material that binds to things together or an element that binds people.
Cement is a binding substance which sets and hardens independently, it can bind other materials together. Cement is a mixture of claimed limestone and clay; used with water and sand or gravel to make concrete.
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