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Coatings for corrosion protection


Inherent corrosion resistance

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Although strictly NOT a coating, corrosion resistance can be imparted to steels by the addition of suitable amounts of chromium.

Have a go!Use the slide bar to investigate how increasing the Cr content in steels affects the corrosion resistance at room temperature in a normal environment.



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