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Corrosion Under Organic Coatings

  • E. McCafferty
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Abstract

Paints and organic coatings are used virtually everywhere in daily life to protect metal structures and components. Paints can be found on automobiles, trucks, planes, ships, trains, bridges, pipelines, industrial plants, and the exterior of storage tanks or vessels. In addition to protecting the underlying metal substrate from corrosion, paints also provide color and a pleasing decorative finish. In the area of electronics, organic coatings are used on circuit boards and components to provide protection against moisture, sulfur dioxide, carbon dioxide, and ionic contaminants in the atmosphere.

Keywords

Transmission Rate Permeability Coefficient Metal Substrate Organic Coating Crevice Corrosion 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • E. McCafferty
    • 1
  1. 1.AlexandriaUSA

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