Effect of calcination temperature of tunisian clays on the properties of geopolymers

Abstract : Geopolymers are amorphous three dimensional aluminosilicate materials that may be synthesized at room or slightly higher temperature by alkaline activation of aluminosilicates obtained from industrial wastes, calcined clays and natural minerals. Among the different family of geopolymers, two Tunisian clays (a kaolinite clay from Tabarka and illito/kaolinitic clay from Medenine) are tested for their feasibility of geopolymers at low temperature. The unfired and calcined clays were dissolved in strongly alkaline solution in order to produce consolidated materials whose pastes were characterized by their compressive strength. Hardened geopolymer samples were also submitted to X-Ray diffraction, FTIR spectroscopy and scanning electron microscopy analyses. The geopolymer strength is related to the structure and reactivity of the clay generated by thermal treatment and to the role of associated minerals in clays. The amorphous character of obtained geopolymers and the displacement of the IR wavenumber are signature of geopolymerisation reaction.
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N. Essaidi, Basma Samet, S. Baklouti, Sylvie Rossignol. Effect of calcination temperature of tunisian clays on the properties of geopolymers. Ceramics-Silikáty, Academy of Sciences of the Czech Republic, 2013, 57 (3), pp.251. ⟨hal-01044600⟩

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