Beyond the kitchen sink

Newman, Roger C.
February 2002
Nature;2/14/2002, Vol. 415 Issue 6873, p743
Academic Journal
Investigates the resistance of stainless steel to corrosion. Significance of chromium content in the transformation of the surface oxidation process in wet environments; Details of the pit formation process; Disadvantage of very low sulphur content.


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