The Journal of the Institute of Metals

@article{CHTheJO,
  title={The Journal of the Institute of Metals},
  author={D. C.H.},
  journal={Nature},
  volume={104},
  pages={391}
}
OF the new volume of this important journal, no fewer than 216 pages are occupied by the fourth report to the Corrosion Committee by Drs. Bengough and Hudson and the subsequent discussion. The new report embodies the results of a very large amount of experimental work, and is distinctly helpful in regard to the immediate problem of extending the life of brass condenser tubes. A large array of new facts bearing on the baffling question of the mechanism of corrosion is also included, and… CONTINUE READING