Published: Jan 1978
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Fortunately most concrete in service is not subjected to chemical attack. Concrete is generally less able to resist successfully corrosion of this kind than disintegration by other forces. By chemical attack is meant leaching and acid or sulfate attack.
Concrete engineering consultant, formerly concrete engineer, California Department of Water Resources, Sacramento, Calif.