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The Strength of Concrete; Its Relation to the Cement, Aggregates and Water. - Part III

IV. Mortar Voids and Water Content, The magnitude of the voids and its change with additions of water will depend upon the gradation of the particles of F.A., each A. having its own individuality. J. Singleton-Green