Published: Jan 1966
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This chapter presents a discussion of behavior of metals other than reinforcing steel, plastics, wood, and glass, which are sometimes embedded in concrete for utilitarian or esthetic purposes. Possible detrimental effects on the concrete and embedded material will be considered. These two effects are often, but not always, conjoined.