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Heavy mortars have a bulk density equal to greater than _________

(a) 500 kg/m^3

(b) 1000 kg/m^3

(c) 1500 kg/m^3

(d) 2500 kg/m^3

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The question is from Mortar in section Steel, Timber, Mortar, Plastics, Non-Ferrous Metals and Alloys of Construction & Building Materials

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Correct answer is (c) 1500 kg/m^3

Explanation: Mortars are classified into heavy mortars and lightweight mortars depending on the bulk density of mortar in its dry state. Heavy mortars have a bulk density equal to greater than 1500 kg/m^3 while lightweight mortars have a bulk density less than 1500 kg/m^3.

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