biocorrosion


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biocorrosion

[‚bī·ō·kə′rō·zhən]
(metallurgy)
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in development of antiseptic materials and implants) as for equipment protection from biopollution and biocorrosion or in other fields of industry.
Dietary habits related to acidic drinks intake and gastric disorder presence were recorded in present study too to rule out any role of erosion or biocorrosion phenomena which is also one of the etiological factors of cervical lesions.
Research interests: corrosion of metals, biocorrosion, materials science, electrochemistry.
Palabras clave: Microbiologia, luminometro Hy-Lite[R], turbo-combustible, bioluminiscencia, biocorrosion.
In particular, biofilms play a major role in plant-microbe interactions, bio-fouling, and biocorrosion.
Procesos de Biodeterioro, Biocorrosion e Intemperismo En El Deterioro Del Patrimonio Cultural.
Key words: Microbiologically influenced corrosion, biocorrosion and its control, MIC antagonist, soil buried corrosion and its biocontrol.
The volume is an update and expansion of Monitoring and Remediation Wells: Problem Prevention, Maintenance and Rehabilitation (1995) by Smith, who is a hydrogeologist and environmental microbiologist specializing in the biofouling and biocorrosion issues of wells and geotechnical drains.
By studying the mineral layers and the organisms attached to the statue, researchers gathered insight into the effects of biocorrosion and how certain mineral deposits slowed the deterioration of the bronze.
6] MPN/l, the demonstration of the presence of this bacteria in tanks, is a warning signal of imminent danger, since depending on permanence time of water at the bottom of the tanks, SRB population could increase, which would increase, in parallel, the risk of biocorrosion in fuel storage containers.
As studies of long-term biofouled manmade structures are limited, the finding of an ancient sculpture immersed for two millennia in the sea provided a unique opportunity to probe the long-term impact of a specific artificial substrate on biomineralizng organisms and the effects of biocorrosion," according to the researchers.
1990, Coral associations, biocorrosion, and space competition in Pedum spondyloideum (Gmelin) (Pectinacea, Bivalvia).