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The corrosion of aluminum in dilute solutions: laboratory studies

Description: After it had been decided that aluminum was to be used as a corrosion-resistant material with good heat transfer properties, it was desired to determine the operating conditions to be used in the water-cooled Handford plant in order to avoid danger of corrosion penetration of thin aluminum parts. The studies here reported were undertaken with the object of determining these conditions by investigating the effects of all the known variables which might influence the corrosion behavior of aluminum in a water-coolded plant at HEW. The addition of hydrogen peroxide to the testing solutions was the only effort made to simulate special conditions at the plant.
Date: June 19, 1945
Creator: Draley, J.E.; Arendt, J.W.; English, G.C.; Story, E.F.; Wainscott, M.M. & Berger, R.W.
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