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Paints as a Prevention of Corrosion

It has been interesting and instructing to read in recent issues of The Structural Engineer, papers and the discussions thereon, in which references were made to the qualities from an anti-corrosive point of view of the numerous types of paints in use at the present time. H. Pontet

Author(s): Pontet, H