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Sol-gel protective coatings for metals

AuthorsDurán, Alicia ; Castro, Y.; Conde, A. ; Damborenea, Juan de
Issue Date2005
PublisherKluwer Academic Publishers
CitationSol-gel protective coatings for metals: 399-444 (2005)
AbstractCorrosion is a phenomenon that occurs spontaneously in the majority of metals and alloys as a result of their interaction with their environment, which makes them tend towards a situation of stable balance. According to the definition given by the European Corrosion Federation (1974), corrosion is the attack on a metal caused by its reaction to the environment, with the consequent degradation of its properties (Uhlig 1985; Andrade 1991). This environment could either be an electrolyte, which is when the process is called electrochemical corrosion, or another high-temperature atmosphere, when it is called, oxidation, dry corrosion or high-temperature corrosion.
URIhttp://hdl.handle.net/10261/88326
Identifiersisbn: 1-4020-7969-9
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