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Development of a theoretical model to describe the erosion-corrosion wastage process under aqueous slurry conditions : Extended Abstract

Corlett, N. and Stack, Margaret and Turgoose, S. and Zhou, S (1998) Development of a theoretical model to describe the erosion-corrosion wastage process under aqueous slurry conditions : Extended Abstract. In: Environmental issues in the electronics/semiconductor industries and. Electrochemical Society Proceedings, 98 . The Electrochemical Society, New Jersey. ISBN 1566771994

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Abstract

"This Proceedings Volume consists of a collection of papers from the First International Symposium on Environmental Issues with Materials and Processes for the Electronics and Semiconductor Industries and from the companion Symposium titled Electrochemical and Photochemical Methods for Chemical Recycling and Pollution Abatement