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Sulfur concrete only uses sulfur as a binding agent then an aggregate. Why does it not use cement?

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The molten sulfur is the "cement". I understand that hundreds of years ago sulfur concrete was occasionally used. In the 70's , Amoco experimented with sulfur + asphalt concretes. They had excellent properties but were too expensive.

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