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An electrochemical technique to measure wear of metals in polymers in corrosive environments

Roy, Mannish and Stack, Margaret (2003) An electrochemical technique to measure wear of metals in polymers in corrosive environments. In: Tribology - Science and Application Conference, 2003-04-23 - 2003-04-27.

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Abstract

Paper explaining an electrochemical technique to measure wear of metals in polymers in corrosive environments.