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AbstractThe MgO granulated ground blast-furnace slag (GGBS) binder, as a novel binder, has gained increasing attention in recent decades in stabilization/solidification (S/S) to treat contaminated soils. In this study, the physical strength and leaching performance of an MgO-GGBS (MG) binder was examined and compared with (PC) portland cement and PC and fly ash (PF) regarding the S/S treatment of dimethyl phthalates (PAE) contaminated soil after 7-day curing. PC, GGBS, fly ash (FA) and MgO were used as binders and the effect of different MG dosages was discussed. The results show that the order of early-stage strength after 7-day curing was: PF

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