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To understand why the surface of the caldera was able to accommodate incredible strain without suddenly cracking, Vanorio and a postdoctoral associate, Waruntorn Kanitpanyacharoen, studied rock cores from the region.

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For instance, when as a child you first discovered the meaning of the word “pencil,” you had to at some point be shown what in actuality a pencil is — . this object . Once you learned that that’s what the word “pencil” referred to, the word was absorbed and retained by your brain, so that thereafter when you heard or saw the word “pencil,” you knew automatically what a pencil was. You grasped the actual thing in reality — this is a pencil — and that knowledge paved the way for you to differentiate it from, for example, a pen, or a crayon.

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Wash off immediately, if cement, or a cement-based material, comes into contact with your skin. Some people may experience 'cement burns' if wet cement is left in contact with the skin for prolonged periods. Not fatal, but quite painful!
Cement burn on my own hand....OWWW!!   General Purpose (Class II) Mortar A good all-round mortar for buttering and pointing flags, laying brickwork and rigid block pavements, and everyday patching/repair jobs. Mortars for bricklaying are divided into 5 classes, as shown in the table opposite, ranging from Class I, the strongest, to Class V, the weakest.
Three mix types are indicated...

  • Sand, Lime plus Cement (Lime acts as plasticiser)
  • Sand plus Masonry Cement (masonry cement contains plasticiser)
  • Sand, Cement plus plasticiser - the mortar most commonly used for paving works
Class Cem-Lime-Sand Masonry Cem-Sand Cement - Sand+plasticiser I 1 : ¼ : 3 - - II 1 : ½ : 4-4½ 1 : 2½-3½ 1 : 3-4 III 1 : 1 : 5-6 1 : 4-5 1 : 5-6 IV 1 : 2 : 8-9 1 : 5½-6½ 1 : 7-8 V 1 : 3 : 10-12 1 : 6½-7 1 : 8 As can be seen, a decent mortar mixture consists of 4 units of building sand (aka 'soft sand') to 1 unit of ordinary portland cement. This could be reduced to 3 parts sand to 1 part cement for high traffic areas, but, for most paving work, a 4:1 mix is perfectly adequate. See Aggregates page for further details on the different types of sand General Purpose Mortar
4 x Building Sand Plus
1 x Cement

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