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The Talbot's go where Mars Fontana doesn't... This book is not for the person that may be intimidated by material science! A thorough discussion on the thermodynamic aspects yields an in-depth understanding of the Pourbaix diagrams, while the kinetic discussions go well beyond Faraday's Law. Chapters dedicated to specific industries (aviation, automotive, food processing, and building construction) provide additional insight into practical corrosion issues. Despite the highly-theoretical treatment of most corrosion mechanisms, cathodic protection methods are not given adequate coverage for problem solving.
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David Talbot (born September 22, 1951) is an American progressive journalist, author and media executive.
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