By Christopher D. Taylor, Philippe Marcus
Presents possibilities for making major advancements in fighting destructive results that may be as a result of corrosion
- Describes suggestions of molecular modeling within the context of fabrics corrosion
- Includes contemporary examples of purposes of molecular modeling to corrosion phenomena through the text
- Details how molecular modeling may give insights into the multitude of interconnected and intricate methods that include the corrosion of metals
- Covered purposes contain diffusion and electron move at metal/electrolyte interfaces, Monte Carlo simulations of corrosion, corrosion inhibition, interrogating floor chemistry, and houses of passive films
- Presents present demanding situations and certain advancements during this box for the future
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