Definition of Pozzolanas

1. Noun. (plural of pozzolana) ¹



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Definition of Pozzolanas

1. pozzolana [n] - See also: pozzolana

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Pozzolanas

poyses
poysing
poyson
poysoned
poysoning
poysons
poz
pozole
pozoles
pozz
pozzie
pozzies
pozzolan
pozzolana
pozzolanas (current term)
pozzolanic
pozzolans
pozzuolana
pozzy
pp.
ppbv
ppm
ppmv
ppq
ppt
ppts
pr*ck
pr*cks

Literary usage of Pozzolanas

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1. A Manual of Telegraph Construction: The Mechanical Elements of Electric by John Christie Douglas (1875)
"Common mortar may be made hydraulic by mixing with it pozzolanas: these are mixtures of burnt clay and silica containing little or no lime, and are natural ..."

2. Cement, Concrete and Bricks by Alfred Broadhead Searle (1914)
"pozzolanas are not true cements, but only become so when mixed with lime and water. The raw materials composing pozzolanas are, essentially, ..."

3. Civil Engineer and Architect's Journal (1846)
"The natural pozzolanas, in the hands of ancient architects, larras in the bands of media-vai architects, have played too important parts to have escaped the ..."

4. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"... or other pozzolanas of proper composition, be mixed with Portland cement subsequent to the burning, the hydrate of lime which separates from the cement ..."

5. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"Following a similar reasoning, Dr. Wm. Michaelis has advanced the theory that if trass, or other pozzolanas of proper composition, be mixed with Portland ..."

6. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1907)
"Dr. Wm. Michaelis has advanced the theory that if trass, or other pozzolanas of proper composition, be mixed with Portland cement subsequent to the burning, ..."

7. Cement and Concrete by Louis Carlton Sabin (1904)
"Michaelis has advanced the theory that if trass, or other pozzolanas of proper composition, be mixed with Portland cement subsequent to the burning, ..."

8. The Repertory of Patent Inventions: And Other Discoveries and Improvements (1806)
"Large blocks were accordingly made of both pozzolanas, and immersed in the reservoir of Saint Roch, at Castelnaudary. Coatings were also made of it; ..."

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