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  • Article - 21 Feb 2001
    Due to the electrical potential difference that develops when two dissimilar metals or alloys are connected together in an aqueous solution, the base metal will become anodic and the more noble metal...
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    Aalco, Delivering Customer Service, Investing in Capability Aalco's, customers from every sector of the UK manufacturing and engineering industry, whether small local businesses or large...
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    Goudsmit Magnetic Systems & Goudsmit Magnetic Supplies are subsidiaries of the international Goudsmit Magnetics Group. Founded in 1959, Goudsmit has more than 58 years experience in business,...
  • Article - 8 May 2002
    Iron or rust stains on bricks appears as a yellow to deep brown discolouration.
  • News - 15 Oct 2021
    One can easily see with the naked eye that leaving an old nail out in the rain causes rust. What does require the keen eyes and sensitive nose of microscopy and spectroscopy is observing how iron...
  • News - 1 Aug 2022
    Scientists from Peking University’s School of Archaeology and Museology have published a new paper in the journal Materials looking at the corrosion on iron objects recovered from the...
  • Article - 8 Mar 2018
    The prevention of metal contamination in food has long been of importance to the food manufacturing/packing industry.
  • Article - 18 Sep 2002
    Concrete roof tiles can now be manufactured to look like many other types of roofing materials. Described herein are the origins of concrete roofing, production methods, use of pigments, efflorescence...
  • News - 2 Nov 2021
    In the last few years, a class of materials called antiferroelectrics has been increasingly studied for its potential applications in modern computer memory devices. Research has shown that...
  • News - 1 Apr 2008
    Researchers in the Power Sources R&D group at Sandia National Laboratories have been driving nails into batteries, heating them to extreme temperatures, overcharging them, and putting them into...