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Schweitzer, a consultant in corrosion prevention, construction materials, and chemical engineering, explains terms associated with corrosion, covering the various types and forms of corrosion, applications, factors impacting corrosion, and metallurgical and other terms as they relate to the corrosion process, in this encyclopedia of about 400 alphabetical entries. There is special emphasis on corrosion resistance strategies for the most frequently used construction materials. This second edition contains information on additional forms of corrosion and areas such as knife line attacks, low-alloy steels, copper, lead, and nickel alloys, austenitic and superaustenitic stainless steels, anodic versus cathodic protection, and polysulfide, silicone, and fluorosilicone rubbers
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Albert Schweitzer, OM (14 January 1875 – 4 September 1965) was a French-German theologian, organist, philosopher, and physician.
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