Deutsch: Korrosion / Español: Corrosión / Português: Corrosão / Français: Corrosion / Italiano: Corrosione /

Corrosion is describd as the act or process of corroding.

See also:
"Corrosion" is in the UNSPSC Code "12163600"
Corrosion inhibitors

Ref: 123312/2006-09-27

Other Database Pages Exist for this Phrase:
ISO 10289:2001 (Methods for corrosion testing of metallic and ...)
Process (Process means the preparation of a substance, ...)
Austenitic stainless steel (Austenitic stainless steel is referrring to one ...)
Zinc anode (Zinc anode makes reference to a small piece of ...)
Anti-corrosive paint (Anti-corrosive paint refers to a paint designed ...)

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