Use of inorganic materials as active ingredients for mortars, concrete or artificial stone


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  • C04B22/00
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C04B22/0006Waste inorganic materials C04B22/0013Boron compounds C04B22/002Water C04B22/0026Salt water C04B22/0033other than sea water C04B22/004containing dissolved additives or active agents C04B22/0046Waste slurries or solutions used as gauging water C04B22/0053added in a particular physical form C04B22/006released by a chemical reaction C04B22/0066Compounds chosen for their high crystalwater content C04B22/0073added in the non-hydrated or only partially-hydrated form C04B22/008Cement and like inorganic materials added as expanding or shrinkage compensating ingredients in mortar or concrete compositions, the expansion being the result of a recrystallisation C04B22/0086Seeding materials C04B22/0093Aluminates C04B22/02Elements C04B22/04Metals C04B22/06Oxides, Hydroxides C04B22/062of the alkali or alkaline-earth metals C04B22/064of the alkaline-earth metals C04B22/066Magnesia; Magnesium hydroxide C04B22/068Peroxides C04B22/08Acids or salts thereof C04B22/082Acids C04B22/085containing nitrogen in the anion C04B22/087containing chromium in the anion C04B22/10containing carbon in the anion C04B22/103Acids C04B22/106Bicarbonates C04B22/12containing halogen in the anion C04B22/122Acids C04B22/124Chlorides of ammonium or of the alkali or alkaline earth metals C04B22/126Fluorine compounds C04B22/128Bromine compounds C04B22/14containing sulfur in the anion C04B22/141Acids C04B22/142Sulfates C04B22/143Calcium-sulfate C04B22/144Phosphogypsum C04B22/145Gypsum from the desulfuration of flue gases C04B22/146other waste Ca-sulfate C04B22/147Alkali-metal sulfates; Ammonium sulfate C04B22/148Aluminium-sulfate C04B22/149Iron-sulfates C04B22/16containing phosphorus in the anion C04B22/165Acids