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H2S Pollution and Its Effect on Corrosion of Electronic Components

By Benjamin Valdez Salas, Michael Schorr Wiener, Gustavo Lopez Badilla, Monica Carrillo Beltran, Roumen Zlatev, Margarita Stoycheva, Juan de Dios Ocampo Diaz, Lidia Vargas Osuna and Juan Terrazas Gaynor

Submitted: December 12th 2011Reviewed: February 24th 2012Published: July 26th 2012

DOI: 10.5772/39247

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