Introduction There is no need to emphasize the problems that corrosion can cause. It is like a cancer cell, sometimes slowly developing for many years undetected and then once observed it is too late to eliminate. The best course of action at that stage being to try and contain it. Corrosion is a very complex chemical action involving a metal with its environment and it is rare for all the various circumstances to repeat themselves, resulting in an identical corrosion situation.
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