Decay of granite monuments due to salt crystallization in a non-polluted urban environment
The effect of salt crystallization on granite (s.l) rocks used as building material in an urban environment with low atmospheric pollution was studied. The manners of salt crystallization and the subsequent deterioration caused were analyzed in unweathered granite and other fades which had undergone strong transformations in quarries before being used as stone materials, "alterites".
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