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Effect of Volcano-Polluted Seawater on the Corrosion Behaviour of Different Alloys

By Rita Sánchez-Tovar, Ramón Fernández-Domene, Rafael Leiva- García, Clara Escrivà-Cerdán, Bianca Lucas-Granados and José García-Antón

Submitted: November 27th 2015Reviewed: April 8th 2016Published: September 21st 2016

DOI: 10.5772/63523

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Rita Sánchez-Tovar, Ramón Fernández-Domene, Rafael Leiva- García, Clara Escrivà-Cerdán, Bianca Lucas-Granados and José García-Antón (September 21st 2016). Effect of Volcano-Polluted Seawater on the Corrosion Behaviour of Different Alloys, Updates in Volcanology Karoly Nemeth, IntechOpen, DOI: 10.5772/63523. Available from:

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