The Structural Engineer > Archive > Volume 39 (1961) > Issues > Issue 12 > The Chemical and Physical Effects of Aggressive Substances on Concrete
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The Chemical and Physical Effects of Aggressive Substances on Concrete

The paper describes how the basic structure of concrete can be damaged. Concrete hardens by a rystallisation process and is destroyed by chemicals which dissolve the crystals and physical phenomena which disrupt them. P. E. Halstead

Author(s): Halstead, P E

Keywords: concrete;effects;chemicals;temperature;radiation;durability;chemistry