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Condensation of silicate and aluminate species: Na + + Si0 2 (OH) 2 2 " or SiCKOHy 1 * Al(OH) 4 ] -► NASH gel When the system is high in Si0 2 , more silicate species are available for condensation and reaction between silicate species, resulting oligomeric silicates, becomes dominant. And further condensation between oligomeric silicates and aluminates result in a rigid 3D net works 5 . The rate of condensation between silicate species is slow and, this normally leads to longer setting times. Correspondingly, when the system has excess A1 2 0 3 , increased aluminate (Al(OH)4") species become available for the reaction leading to a faster rate of condensation between Al(OH) 4 " and silicate species and shorter setting times 5 .

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