"Carbon-based nanomaterials engineered cement composites: a review"
Carbon-based nanomaterials (CNMs) have been extensively used to modify cement matrix thanks to their extraordinary specific surface area, high aspect ratio, and high strength and modulus. This review focuses on the current status of research on CNMs modified cement composites, especially the progress made in the past decade (from 2011 to 2021).
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An Interview with the Editor
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- Xianming Shi, Washington State University, USA
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