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Revealing the nature and number of active centers on metal surfaces with electrochemical scanning tunnel microscope
Kinetics and mechanism of the gold corrosion dissolution in hypochlorite solutions
Kozin, L.; Prokopenko, V.; Bogdanova, A.
Theory of dissolution of binary alloys and the Tamman rule
Exfoliation corrosion of aluminum alloys and their protection by coatings with metal-filled primers
Sinyavskii, V.; Kalinin, V.; Gladyshev, V.; Yakimova, T.
The effect of sorbed hydrogen on the corrosion potential of iron in acidic sulfate solutions
Nenasheva, T.; Marshakov, A.
The effect of thermodynamic parameters of the adsorption surfactants by lead on the lead’s corrosion rate
Afanas’ev, B.; Akulova, Yu.; Yakovleva, O.
Chemically deposited Ni-W-B coatings: Composition, structure, and properties
Drovosekov, A.; Ivanov, M.; Krutskikh, V.; Lubnin, E.; Polukarov, Yu.
Corrosion inhibitors of the SNPKh type. 1. Development and study of the protective effects of corrosion inhibitors based on heterocyclic nitrogen-containing compounds
Ugryumov, O.; Varnavskaya, O.; Khlebnikov, V.; Kamzina, Yu.; Lebedev, D.; Romanov, G.; Ivshin, Ya.; Kaidrikov, R.; Shakirov, F.; Dautov, F.
A role of manganese in the corrosion and electrochemical behavior of stainless steels
Carbon dioxide corrosion of oil and gas field equipment
To the theory of electrocapillarity
Types and peculiarities of the corrosion damage to metal equipment of primary oil processing plants
Burlov, V.; Parputs, I.
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