By Augustus M. Filbert, Michael L. Hair (auth.), Mars G. Fontana, Roger W. Staehle (eds.)
This sequence used to be prepared to supply a discussion board for evaluate papers within the zone of corrosion. the purpose of those reports is to convey yes parts of corrosion technology and expertise right into a sharp concentration. The volumes of this sequence are released nearly on a each year foundation and every comprises 3 to 5 experiences. The articles in every one quantity are chosen in any such approach as to be of curiosity either to the corrosion scientists and the corrosion technologists. there's, in reality, a specific target in juxtaposing those pursuits end result of the value of mutual interplay and interdisciplinarity so very important in corrosion reviews. it really is was hoping that the corrosion scientists during this approach may possibly remain abreast of the actions in corrosion expertise and vice versa. during this sequence the time period "corrosion" is utilized in its very broadest feel. It comprises, for this reason, not just the degradation of metals in aqueous en vironment but in addition what's normally known as "high-temperature oxidation. " extra, the plan is to be much more basic than those subject matters; the sequence will contain all solids and all environments. this day, engineering solids contain not just metals yet glasses, ionic solids, polymeric solids, and composites of those. Environments of curiosity needs to be prolonged to liquid metals, a wide selection of gases, nonaqueous electrolytes, and different non aqueous liquids.
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Surface Chemistry and Corrosion of Glass 51 SUMMARY In summary it can be said that the effect of corroding liquids on a glass body is a very complex chemical system which is made even more complicated by our lack of knowledge of the structure of the glass. The simplest approach for users of glass is simply to measure the amount of glass removed by a particular treatment to which the glass article is likely to be subjected. However, in defining the chemistry of the process, the following considerations should be made: 1.
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Advances in Corrosion Science and Technology: Volume 5 by Augustus M. Filbert, Michael L. Hair (auth.), Mars G. Fontana, Roger W. Staehle (eds.)