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use "corrosive" in a sentence

Accidents in their laboratory filled the Salmoni house with vile smells and corrosive gases.

Plastics and plastic-based composites may suffer swelling, debonding and loss of strength when exposed to organic fluids and other corrosive environments, such as
likely to corrode or stain than mild steel.

Risks Corrosion E85 can cause damage, since prolonged exposure to high concentrations of ethanol may corrode metal and rubber parts in older engines (pre-1985) designed primarily for gasoline.

If not enclosed, wirewound resistors can corrode.

Rust prevention :Main article: Rustproofing Rust is permeable to air and water, therefore the interior iron continues to corrode.

The relative position of two metals on such a series gives a good indication of which metal is more likely to corrode more quickly.

The active chemicals can then corrode or otherwise destroy the equipment that they were inserted into.

The box section to which the rear of the subframe was mounted could corrode badly causing the subframe to become loose.

The resultant current flow ensures that the zinc coating is sacrificed but that the base iron does not corrode.

Acute corrosionObviously strong caustics, acids or similar substances will corrode the skin severely.

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