What is setting and hardening of cement?
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Setting and hardening of cement is the process during which cement becomes solid after being mixed with water. This process typically involves two stages – dehydration and carbonation – during which calcium silicate hydrates will form, creating the cement paste. As the cement paste continues to dry, it hardens and gains strength over time.