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Dec 03, 2020

(2 in.); screen the sample over the 50 mm (2 in.) sieve. 3. Remix the sample after transporting to testing location. 4. Begin making specimens within 15 minutes of obtaining the sample. 5. Set molds upright on a level, rigid base in a location free from vibration and relatively close to where they will be stored. 6

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