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Corrosion of Metals

Nature volume 140, pages 629630 (09 October 1937) | Download Citation



THE importance of corrosion and protection of metals and alloys against corrosion especially to engineers, chemists and metallurgists needs no emphasis to-day. Wherever and whenever the commoner metals are used, corrosion may make its appearance. A significant feature of the study of corrosion is the enormous amount of investigation work that has been done during the past ten years. Dr. U. E. Evans has wisely taken the course of writing an up-to-date account of the subject as it stands at present in preference to revising his earlier book on "Corrosion of Metals", the last edition of which appeared in 1926.

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