By J.C. Maso
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Opoczky and Pentek (1975) studied the microstructural changes which may take place at the interface during ageing. They concluded that the fibres can undergo partial carbonation and, in addition, cement hydration products which crystallize on the surface of the asbestos fibres and along the cleavage planes between fibrils, may react chemically with the fibres, especially in the presence of carbon dioxide. Majumdar (1975) also hypothesized growth of hydration products between the fibrils during ageing.
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