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Rust is associated with degradation of iron-based tools and ... when a steel suspension bridge collapsed in less than a minute, ...

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Metals containing iron, such as most kinds of steel, will rust when exposed to air and water. Rust is just iron oxide, usually with water molecules incorporated in it  ...

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Rusting is a common term for corrosion. Corrosion affects the surface of a metal by oxidizing the metal and converting it into corrosion product ...

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That means that oxygen combines with the metal and forms a new layer. This layer can be good or bad. By far the most important form of corrosion is the rusting ...

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Rusting Steel Despite being one of the most common and useful materials manufactured materials in the world, steel has always had one major flaw. It rusts .

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Aug 22, 2016 ... Metals containing iron, when exposed to air and water will rust. Rust affects the metals in many ways. Therefore, if a piece of the metal ...

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The corrosion of steel reinforcement inside a concrete structure is undesirable in ... (i) The presence of rust impairs the bond strength of deformed reinforcement ...

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Rust usually appears as a red, brown or orange flaking or pitting of the metal ... rust can make a structure more vulnerable to collapse from weather, impact, ...

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Iron (or steel) rusting is an example of corrosion -- an electrochemical process involving an anode (a piece of metal that readily gives up electrons), an ...