Limestone is used to make cement.
The rock that is used to make building blocks, cement and fertilizers is limestone.
Limestone is the sedimentary rock that is used to make cement. Some limestone is made of old coral reefs that have been buried by deposits.
gypsum is used to make wallboards,plaster,and cement.
The Romans invented cement and used it to build the colosseum.
The sedimentary rock that is used in making cement is limestone. Cement, which is used in making concrete, is a mixture of marl and lime.
Limestone is refined to make portland cement.
It wasn't rock, but cement. The Romans invented cement and used it on everything.
cement or concrete which is made of blue metal rock
used for cement from limestone
cement, sand, water, aggregate(small stones) or sometimes crushed rock etc..
Yes. The cement used to make concrete usually has sand, aggregate and Portland cement in it. That would make it heterogeneous.
Yes. Coal is a common source of the heat needed to make cement.
No. Cement is used to hold the rocks of concrete together. Cement by itself does harden in water. but it not a very hard or durable product.
it is a sedimentary rock
Limestone is the major constituent in cement.Cement contains 60-67 % of limestone.The above results are for ordinary portland cement.
5,000,000 barrels of cement were used to make the 4,300,000 cubic yards of concrete required.
first weathering and erosion then they become sediments then they compact and cement together so now it is a sedimentary rock
Cement is made primarily of roasted limestone.
The difference between ordinary Portland cement and composite Portland cement are the ingredients used to make the cement. Composite Portland cement has Portland cement mixed with other materials.
Among other things limestone is used to make cement.
yes they used it to make concrete
Cement is just the powder used to make mortar and concrete. Mortar has sand in it.
Mortar is made from sand, a cement such as Portland Cement or Lime, and water.
The materials used to make cement are,Calcareous materials (limestone)Argillaceous materials (clay)gypsumCoal dustIron oxidemagnesiumAlkalies