Corrosion of Glass, Ceramics and Ceramic Superconductors: Principles, Testing, Characterization and Applications
David E. Clark, Bruce K. Zoitos
Elsevier Science, 1992 - Technology & Engineering - 672 pages
This volume presents a compilation of state-of-the-art understanding of ceramic corrosion. It reveals areas of deficiency and it suggests future directions based on the studies of 33 leaders in the field. Significant progress has been made in defining corrosion processes in ceramic materials. New theoretical approaches and improved analytical techniques have served to unify concepts developed in earlier corrosion studies.
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THEORY OF CORROSION OF GLASS AND CERAMICS
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