* Basic principles of atmospheric corrosion chemistry
* Corrosion mechanisms in controlled and uncontrolled environments
* Degradation of materials in architectural and structural applications, electronic devices, and cultural artifacts
* Protecting existing materials and choosing new ones that resist corrosion
* Predicting how and where atmospheric corrosion may evolve in the future
Complete with appendices discussing experimental techniques, computer models, and the degradation of specific metals, Atmospheric Corrosion is an invaluable resource for corrosion scientists, corrosion engineers, conservators, environmental scientists, and anyone interested in the theory and application of this evolving field.
A Conceptual Picture of Atmospheric Corrosion.
A Multi-Regime Perspective on Atmospheric Corrosion.
Atmospheric Gases and Their Involvement in Corrosion.
Atmospheric Particles and Their Involvement in Corrosion.
Corrosion in Laboratory Exposures.
Corrosion in Outdoor Exposures.
Corrosion in Indoor Exposures.
Advanced Stages of Corrosion.
Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Architectural and Structural Materials.
Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Electronic Devices.
Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Cultural Artifacts.
Scenarios for Atmospheric Corrosion in the 21st Century.
"I have no doubt that this book will become a standard introductory text for undergraduate and postgraduate courses in corrosion science and related disciplines..." (Chemistry in Britain, February 2001)
"Anyone who wants to fight corrosion should read and use this book It should be acquired by any industrial organizations suffering from atmospheric corrosion and intending to solve its problem." (Corrosion Reviews, Vol. 20, No. 1-2, 2002)
"thorough and clearly written...a welcome addition to the bookshelf of he practicing corrosion professional..." (Corrosion, May 2003)