Steel and Corrosion

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2 Butler, G., and H. C. Ison. "Corrosion and Its Prevention in Waters." Melbourne, FL: Robert E. Krieger. (1976): Ch. VI, p lO2. http://www.kastenmarine.com/_pdf/mbqCref.pdf
3 Midwest Insulation Contractors Association. "Commercial and Industrial Insulation Standards." Omaha, NE. (1983): Plate No.1-50. http://corrosion-doctors.org/Corrosion-History/References.htm
4 National Board Inspection Code, NB-23, Rev.6. Columbus, OH: The National Board of Boiler and Pressure Vessel
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 Burgess, Charles F. & Engle, S. G.: Observations on the corrosion of iron by acids. 3,000 w. 1903. (In Transactions of the American Electrochemical Society, v. 9, p. 199.) Effect of normal solutions of sulphuric and hydrochloric acids on electrolytic iron.
 Calvert, F. Crace.: Experiments on the oxidation of iron. 1,000 w. 1871. (In Chemical news, v. 23, p. 98.)
Paper before the Manchester Literary and Philosophical Society. Indicates that "carbonic acid is the agent which determines the oxidation of iron."
 Corrosion and protection of metal surfaces: 9,500 w. 1897. (In Workshop receipts, v. 5, p. 283.) Takes up copper, iron and steel, lead, silver and zinc.
 Corrosion of iron: 4,700 w. 1907. (In Electrochemical and metallurgical industry, v. 5, p. 363.) Gives in condensed form papers by Walker and Cushman. See also editorial, p. 343.
 Corrosion of iron: rusting. 3,500 w. 1907. (In Engineering news, v. 58, p. 328.) See also editorial, p. 339.
 The same. (In Iron and coal trades review, v. 75, p. 1566.) Consideration of paper by Cushman, with reference also to Walker 's experiments.
 Cranfield, W.: Iron; its oxidation, corrosion, protection. 7,000 w. 1909. (In Journal of gas lighting, v. 106, p. 443.) Paper before the Yorkshire Junior Gas Association. Discusses theory, corrosive agents and the preservative values of various coatings.
 Crowe, Edward.: Corrosion of iron and steel. 2,600 w. Dr. 1909. (In Proceedings
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