A rare mineral that has allowed Roman concrete marine barriers to survive for more than 2,000 years has been found in the thick concrete walls of a decommissioned nuclear power plant in Japan. The finding could help scientists develop stronger and more eco-friendly concrete.

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So material scientists- does this indicate that Roman concrete pours were allowed to reach high internal temps from the Exothermic reaction? Or are we another process or alternate constituents?