Effects Of Corrossion

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Literature

 

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Michael H

 

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November 4, 2011

 

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University

 

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A

 

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Although this definition is applicable to any type of material, it is usually reserved for metallic alloys The problem with iron as well as many other metals is that the oxide formed by oxidation does not firmly adhere to the surface of the metal and flakes off easily causing "pitting" Therefore this seminar report review will bring the needed understanding on corrosion and how it is caused, the problems it poses, and the finally research efforts in its prevention...
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Although this definition is applicable to any type of material, it is usually reserved for metallic alloys. Of the 105 known chemical elements, approximately eighty are metals , and about half of these can be alloyed with other metals, giving rise to more than 40,000 different alloys. Each of the alloys will have different physical, chemical, and mechanical properties, but all of them can corrode to some extent, and in different ways...
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