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Journal Articles npj Materials Degradation Year : 2017

Corrosion of Glasses, Ceramics, and Metals; A Comparative Review

Gs. Frankel
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Jd. Vienna
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J. Lian
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Jr. Scully
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Jv. Ryan
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J. Wang
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S. Kim
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W. Windl
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J. Du
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Abstract

All materials can suffer from environmental degradation depending on the details of thematerial composition and structure as well as the environment. The recent creation of a centerto study the corrosion of silicate glasses, crystalline ceramics, and metals related to nuclear waste forms and containers has highlighted the need for a summary of the similarities and differences in the corrosion mechanisms of these different materials. This review compares and contrasts the mechanisms of environmental degradation, with the goal of identifying commonalities that can seed synergistic activities and advance the current knowledge in each area.
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cea-02410179 , version 1 (13-12-2019)

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Gs. Frankel, Jd. Vienna, J. Lian, Jr. Scully, S. Gin, et al.. Corrosion of Glasses, Ceramics, and Metals; A Comparative Review. npj Materials Degradation, 2017. ⟨cea-02410179⟩

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