Selection and Use of Stainless Steel and Nickel_Bearing Alloys in Organic Acids (10063)

By C. M. Schillmoller, 1992. The corrosive action of organic acids is complicated because, as a rule, these acids are not handled in isolation but as process mixtures with inorganic acids, organic solvents and salts. . .as well as in combination with other organic acids. This controls the performance of the various alloys. Certain guidelines in alloy selection are presented for storage, handling and manufacture.

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