Potential concrete aggregate reactivity in Northwestern Nevada
AuthorAdams, Thomas J.
Geological Sciences and Engineering
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Laboratory testing and petrography indicate that a relatively high potential for Alkali-Silica reactivity exists in several aggregates in northwestern Nevada.
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