Sea-dredged aggregates

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Aggregates containing high levels of flint and chert can, when combined with highly alkaline cements, have a propensity to suffer from alkali aggregate reactions. However, there is no difference between terrestrial and marine aggregates in this respect, and indeed the lack of alkali aggregate reactions cases in the south east...

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