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Limestone
Limestone is a vital raw material for industry.
It is used to make cement.
Which is then used to make mortar and
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Cement
Composition: Limestone, Clay
Process: Limestone and clay are heated
together in a kiln to form cement.
Uses: Binder
Make Concrete
Make Mortar…read more

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Mortar
Composition: Cement, Sand, Water
Process: Cement, sand and water are mixed
together to form a mortar paste in a mortar
mixer.
Uses: Binds
construction
blocks
together,
and fills gaps
in
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Most used man-
Concrete made material.
Composition: Cement, Sand, Construction
Aggregate (crushed rock), Water.
Process: Cement, sand, aggregate and water
are mixed together to form concrete, in a
concrete mixer. Uses: Masonry:
Bricks,
dams,
buildings,
foundations,
roads, bridges,
pavements,
walls
& even boats.…read more

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Glass
Composition: Limestone, Sand, Soda (sodium
carbonate), Silica, Alumina
Process: Limestone, sand, soda, silica and alumina
are heated together to form glass, in a glass
furnace.
Glass is different from other ceramics-such as
cement-because it has no crystalline structure. It
is an amorphous solid which means there is no
long range order of the positioning of its
molecules.
Crystallin Amorpho
e us
structure structure
- Cement - Glass…read more

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