Published: Jan 2005
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CORROSION IN indoor environments is an exceedingly complex process. Few environments have as many components that participate in the corrosion of materials as the indoor environments in which we live and work. While the indoor environment is less harsh than many other environments, e.g., chemical reactors and jet engines, its effects are particularly difficult to mimic through accelerated life testing because of the many possible chemical and physical interactions that can take place between environmental components and materials.
Vice President of Engineering, Nova Crystals, San Jose, CA