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- Calthemite is a secondary deposit, derived from concrete, lime, mortar or other calcareous material outside the cave environment. Calthemites grow on...
- water. Calthemite is also a secondary deposit derived from concrete, mortar or lime, which can be mistakenly ****umed to be efflorescence. Calthemites are...
- cl****ified as "speleothems" due to the definition of the term. The term "calthemite" is used to encomp**** the secondary deposits which mimic the shapes and...
- colour the calthemites orange or red. The chemistry involving leaching of calcium hydroxide from concrete can facilitate the growth of calthemites up to ≈200...
- which mimic the shapes and forms of speleothems, are cl****ified as "calthemites" and are ****ociated with concrete degradation. Flowing films of water...
- derived from concrete, lime, or mortar, outside the cave environment, see Calthemite. Speleothems ( /ˈspiːliːəθɛm/; Ancient Gr****: "cave deposit"), commonly...
- flowstone etc., outside the natural cave environment, are referred to as "calthemites". These concrete derived secondary deposits cannot be referred to as...
- secondary deposits consisting primarily of calcium carbonate, are called calthemites and mimics the shapes and forms of cave speleothems to create stalactites...
- outside the cave environment on exposed concrete surfaces as a type of calthemite, growing significantly faster than those formed on rock. These tubes form...
- Anthropocene. Calthemite is a secondary deposit, derived from concrete, lime, mortar or other calcareous material outside the cave environment. Calthemites grow...
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