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Content from article Pozzulana[edit]

if there is something worthy --> merge --Melaen 16:02, 11 January 2006 (UTC)

The word Pozzulana (in the English version called Pozzolan) originates from the Italian language and is called after its finding place close to the city of Pozzuoli which lies on the Bay of Naples, near the largest volcano in Europe, the Vesuvius.

Find more information about its composition in the following link:

and more about its finding place in this link:

Class C fly[edit]

This article seems to have an inconsistency regarding Class C fly.

Article subheadings[edit]

It seems like it would be useful to have separate subheadings for the general description and for the material properties.

Pozzolanic reaction | main article |[edit]

Please, only edit the central page dealing with Pozzolanic reaction which has been transcluded in this page. See Wikipedia:Transclusion to learn how it works. Thank you. Shinkolobwe (talk) 13:36, 21 March 2009 (UTC)

{{:Pozzolanic reaction}}

Pozzolana is Awsome —Preceding unsigned comment added by (talk) 19:28, 21 December 2009 (UTC)