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Atmospheric Corrosion (2nd Ed.), 2nd Edition The ECS Series of Texts and Monographs Series

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Couverture de l’ouvrage Atmospheric Corrosion (2nd Ed.)
Presents a comprehensive look at atmospheric corrosion, combining expertise in corrosion science and atmospheric chemistry

- Is an invaluable resource for corrosion scientists, corrosion engineers, and anyone interested in the theory and application of Atmospheric Corrosion
- Updates and expands topics covered to include, international exposure programs and the environmental effects of atmospheric corrosion
- Covers basic principles and theory of atmospheric corrosion chemistry as well as corrosion mechanisms in controlled and uncontrolled environments
- Details degradation of materials in architectural and structural applications, electronic devices, and cultural artifacts
- Includes appendices with data on specific materials, experimental techniques, atmospheric species
Preface

1 - The Many Faces of Atmospheric Corrosion
. 1.1 Dr. Vernon’s Legacy
. 1.2 Concepts and Consequences
. 1.3 The Evolution of a Field
. 1.4 Controlled Laboratory Environments
. 1.5 Uncontrolled Field Environments
. 1.6 New Approaches to Atmospheric Corrosion Studies
. 1.7 An Overview of this Book

2 - A Conceptual Picture of Atmospheric Corrosion
. 2.1 Introduction
. 2.2 Initial Stages of Atmospheric Corrosion
. 2.3 Intermediate Stages of Atmospheric Corrosion
. 2.4 Final Stages of Atmospheric Corrosion
. Further Reading

3 - A Multiregime Perspective on Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry
. 3.1 Introduction to Moist-Layer Chemistry
. 3.2 The Gaseous Regime
. 3.3 The Interface Regime
. 3.4 The Liquid Regime
. 3.5 The Deposition Regime
. 3.6 The Electrodic Regime
. 3.7 The Solid Regime
. 3.8 The Multiregime Perspective
. Further Reading

4 - Atmospheric Gases and their Involvement in Corrosion
. 4.1 Chemical Species of Interest
. 4.2 Atmospheric Corrosive Gases
. 4.3 Historic Trends in Atmospheric Corrosive Gas Concentrations
. 4.4 Predicted Future Emissions of Corrosive Species
. Further Reading

5 - Atmospheric Particles and their Involvement in Corrosion
. 5.1 Introduction
. 5.2 Chemical Species of Interest
. 5.3 Sources of Atmospheric Aerosol Particles
. 5.4 Aerosol Particle Physics and Chemistry
. 5.5 Implications of Aerosol Particles for Atmospheric Corrosion
. Further Reading

6 - Corrosion in Laboratory Exposures
. 6.1 The Need for Well-Defined Laboratory Experiments
. 6.2 Considerations for Specific Metals
. 6.3 Design Considerations 60
. 6.4 Examples of Important Laboratory Exposures
. 6.5 Can Corrosion Processes in the Field be Reasonably Simulated by Laboratory Experiments?
. 6.6 Computational Model Studies of SO2-Induced Atmospheric Corrosion of Copper
. 6.7 Summary
. Further Reading

7 - Corrosion in Indoor Exposures
. 7.1 General Characteristics of Indoor Environments
. 7.2 The Interplay Between Pollutants and Corrosion Rates
. 7.3 Corrosion Rates
. 7.4 Indoor Corrosion Products
. 7.5 Indoor Environmental Classification
. 7.6 An Example of Indoor Corrosion: Metal Artifacts
. 7.7 Summary
. Further Reading

8 - Corrosion in Outdoor Exposures
. 8.1 The Effect of Exposure Conditions
. 8.2 Design Considerations
. 8.3 Influence of Exposure Parameters
. 8.4 Dose–Response Functions
. 8.5 Summary
. Further Reading

9 - Advanced Stages of Corrosion
. 9.1 Introduction
. 9.2 Evolution of Corrosion Products on Zinc
. 9.4 Evolution of Corrosion Products on Carbon Steel
. 9.5 Evolution of Corrosion Products on Aluminum
. 9.6 Summary
. Further Reading

10 - Environmental Dispersion of Metals From Corroded Outdoor Constructions
. 10.1 Introduction
. 10.2 Metal Dispersion (Runoff): Atmospheric Corrosion
. 10.3 Time-Dependent Aspects and Importance of Rain and Environmental Conditions
. 10.4 Influence of Construction Geometry on the Metal Runoff and Runoff Rate Predictions
. 10.5 Environmental Fate and Speciation: Importance for Risk Assessment and Management
. Further Reading

11 - Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Electronic Devices
. 11.1 Introduction
. 11.2 Corrosion-Induced Failures of Contacts and Connectors
. 11.3 Corrosion-Induced Failures of Integrated Circuits
. 11.4 Accelerated Tests of Electronics
. 11.5 Classification of Environments with Respect to Corrosivity
. 11.6 Methods of Protection
. Further Reading

12 - Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Automotive Corrosion and Corrosion in the Road Environment
. 12.1 Introduction
. 12.2 Typical Corrosion Rates in the Road Environment
. 12.3 Parameters Affecting Corrosion in Road Environments
. 12.4 Corrosion of Vehicles
. 12.5 Accelerated Corrosion Testing for Automotive Applications
. Further Reading

13 - Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Alloys in Architecture
. 13.1 Introduction
. 13.2 Varying Exposure Conditions
. 13.3 Copper-Based Alloys
. 13.4 Aluminum–Zinc Alloys
. 13.5 Weathering Steel
. 13.6 Stainless Steel
. Further Reading

14 - Applied Atmospheric Corrosion: Unesco Cultural Heritage Sites
. 14.1 Introduction
. 14.2 Description of Selected Sites
. 14.3 Estimation of Corrosion Rates
. 14.4 Estimation of Corrosion Costs
. 14.5 Preventing Further Damage Through Air Quality Policy
. Further Reading

15 - Scenarios for Atmospheric Corrosion in the Twenty-First Century
. 15.1 Atmospheric Corrosion in the Recent Millenium
. 15.2 Atmospheric Corrosion in the Twentieth Century and Today
. 15.3 Atmospheric Corrosion in the Twenty-First Century: Effect of Changes in Pollution
. 15.4 Atmospheric Corrosion in the Twenty-First Century: Effect of Changes in Climate
. 15.5 Responding to Increasing Rates of Corrosion
. Further Reading

Appendix A - Experimental Techniques in Atmospheric Corrosion
. A.1 Introduction
. A.2 Techniques for Detecting Mass Change
. A.3 Techniques for Analyzing Surface Topography
. A.4 Techniques for Analyzing Surface Composition
. A.5 Techniques for Identifying Phases in Corrosion Products
. A.6 Techniques for Corrosion Electrode Potential
. A.7 Techniques for Monitoring Atmospheric Corrosive Species
. A.8 Summary
. Further Reading
Appendix B - Computer Models of Atmospheric Corrosion
. B.1 Formulating Computer Models
. B.2 The Status of Computer Models of Atmospheric Corrosion
. B.3 An Overview of Chemical Model Formulation
. B.4 The Transport of Reactants
. B.5 Physicochemical Processes
. B.6 Electrochemical Processes
. Further Reading
Appendix C - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Aluminum
. C.1 Introduction
. C.2 Corrosion Layer Formation Rates
. C.3 The Morphology of Atmospheric Corrosion Layers on Aluminum
. C.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Corrosion
. C.5 Summary
Appendix D - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Carbonate Stone
. D.1 Introduction
. D.2 Corrosion Layer Formation Rates
. D.3 Morphology of Atmospheric Corrosion on Carbonate Stone
. D.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Carbonate Stone Corrosion
. D.5 Summary
Appendix E - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Copper
. E.1 Introduction
. E.2 Corrosion Layer Formation Rates
. E.3 The Morphology of Natural Patinas on Copper
. E.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Copper Corrosion
. E.5 Discussion
Appendix F - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Iron and Low Alloy Steels
. F.1 Introduction
. F.2 Formation Rates for Rust Layers
. F.3 The Morphology of Natural Rust Layers
. F.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Iron and Steel Corrosion
. F.5 Stainless Steels in the Atmosphere
. F.6 Summary
Appendix G - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Lead
. G.1 Introduction
. G.2 Environmental Interactions with Lead Surfaces
. G.3 Physical Characteristics of Lead Corrosion
. G.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Lead Corrosion
. G.5 Physical and Chemical Characteristics of Corroding Lead Alloys
. G.6 Summary
. Further Reading
Appendix H - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Nickel
. H.1 Introduction
. H.2 Corrosion Layer Formation Rates
. H.3 The Morphology of Atmospheric Corrosion Layers on Nickel
. H.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Nickel Corrosion
. H.5 Laboratory and Computational Studies of Nickel’s Atmospheric Corrosion
. H.6 Conclusions
. Further Reading
Appendix I - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Silver
. I.1 Introduction
. I.2 Environmental Interactions with Silver Surfaces
. I.3 Chemical Mechanisms of Silver Corrosion
. I.4 Physical Characteristics of Silver Corrosion
. I.5 Chemical Transformation Sequences
. Further Reading
Appendix J - The Atmospheric Corrosion Chemistry of Zinc
. J.1 Introduction
. J.2 Corrosion Layer Formation Rates
. J.3 The Morphology of Atmospheric Corrosion Layers on Zinc
. J.4 Chemical Mechanisms of Zinc Corrosion
. J.5 Transformation Processes
. J.6 Summary
Appendix K - Index of Minerals Related to Atmospheric Corrosion

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