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The Strength of Concrete; its Relation to the Cement, Aggregates and Water. Part II

II. Materials, Methods of Testing and Tests PORTLAND cement was used which passed the standard tests for specific gravity, fineness, soundness and time of setting. The specific gravity was 3.10. J. Singleton-Green