Corrosion Chemistry by George R. Brubaker and P. Beverley P. Phipps (Eds.)

By George R. Brubaker and P. Beverley P. Phipps (Eds.)

Content material: Corrosion : the main basic challenge of fabrics technological know-how / Donald Tuomi -- Electrochemical ideas in corrosion stories / Francis M. Donahue -- High-temperature corrosion / J. Bruce Wagner, Jr. -- Ionic and digital conduction in nonmetallic stages / John W. Patterson -- Dissolution of iron / Morris Cohen -- Ferrous passivation / V. Brusic -- Corrosion of valve metals -- J.E. Draley -- The position of water in atmospheric corrosion / P.B.P. Phipps and D.W. Rice -- Corrosion inhibition and inhibitors / Rudolf H. Hausler -- Stress-corrosion cracking / J.C. Scully -- commercial difficulties : cooling water and cooling-water remedy / J. Fred Wilkes -- High-temperature corrosion in coal gasification vegetation / V.L. Hill, D. Yates, and B.A. Humphreys

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Et. , J . Electrochem. Soc. (1957) 104 pp. 56-63, 559-63, 645-50. Helmholtz, H . , Wiss Abhandlphysik. Tech. Reichenstalt I (1879) p. 925. Gouy, G . , J. Phys. (1910) 9 p. 457. Chapman, D. , P h i l . Mag. (1913) 25 (6) p. 475. , z. Electrochem. (1924) 30 p. 508. Grahame, D. C . , Chem. Rev. (1947) 41 p. 441. Bockris, J . , et. , Proc. Roy. Soc. (1963) A274 pp. 55-79. Rice, Ο. K . , Phys. Rev. (1928) 31 p. 1051, MacDonald, J . , J. Appl. Phys. (1964) 35 (10) p. 3053. See, for exampl 381-4 08, "The Semiconductors," H.

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Et. , J . Electrochem. Soc. (1957) 104 pp. 56-63, 559-63, 645-50. Helmholtz, H . , Wiss Abhandlphysik. Tech. Reichenstalt I (1879) p. 925. Gouy, G . , J. Phys. (1910) 9 p. 457. Chapman, D. , P h i l . Mag. (1913) 25 (6) p. 475. , z. Electrochem. (1924) 30 p. 508. Grahame, D. C . , Chem. Rev. (1947) 41 p. 441. Bockris, J . , et. , Proc. Roy. Soc. (1963) A274 pp. 55-79. Rice, Ο. K . , Phys. Rev. (1928) 31 p. 1051, MacDonald, J . , J. Appl. Phys. (1964) 35 (10) p. 3053. See, for exampl 381-4 08, "The Semiconductors," H.

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