Published: Jan 1953
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In the atmospheric exposure of materials for test purposes, consideration must be given to many factors. The relative importance of these factors depends, to some extent, on the purpose of the test, whether acceleration is wanted or simulated actual service is intended. It is the purpose of the present paper to discuss the influence and interrelation of these factors on the several kinds of materials exposed to the outdoor atmosphere.
Compton, K. G.
Murray Hill, N.J.