Walter Michaelis (1866-1853) Chemist

Walter Michaelis was a German chemist who mainly sought solutions to problems in respect of cement and mortars. He analyzed the manufacture and processing. An inspection of the mortar belonged to it. He is best known as the person who confronted the theory of Le Chatelier in respect crystallization processes that occur in the setting and hardening of the mortar.

Walter came in 1890 with a colloïdechemische theory, in which he argued that arise from the cement clinker colloid solutions, gel and dry out. The name Michaelis is also known by the bacillus of Michaelis, the most dangerous enemy of cement in seawater. This is contested by Candlotsell (Caliumsulfoaluminaat with 3oH2O).

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