- Effect of Relative Humidity on Corrosion of Steel under Sea Salt Aerosol Proxies I. NaCl – This paper is the first of two that examine the relationship between relative humidity, the hygroscopic behavior of sea salt aerosol proxies, and the atmospheric corrosion of mild steel contaminated with them.
- Effect of Relative Humidity on Corrosion of Steel under Sea Salt Aerosol Proxies II. MgCl2, Artificial Seawater – This paper is the second of two that examines between the hygroscopic behavior of sea salt aerosol proxies and the atmospheric corrosion of mild steel contaminated with them.
- Corrosion Inhibition of Zinc by Aqueous Vanadate Species – This study presents a characterization of the degree and mechanism of corrosion inhibition of Zn by vanadate inhibitors.
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