Nur, Hadi and Kassim, K. A. and Eisazadeh, A. (2010) Micro-structural characteristics of a phosphoric acid stabilized soil. In: 21st Australian Clay Minerals Conference , 7-8 August 2010, Brisbane, Australia.
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The supplies of lime in the form of hydrated lime are relatively high in Malaysia, making lime an economically viable option for the treatment of tropical soils. However, the acidic nature of tropical soils (pH<7) has raised doubts about the efficiency of soil-lime reactions in a low pH environment (Kassim and Kok, 2004; Kassim et al., 2005; Eisazadeh, 2010). This research was carried out to assess the changes induced on the mineralogy and morphology of the phosphoric acid treated samples at the particle level.
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