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OLS Field Name OLS Field Data
Main Title Materials degradation caused by acid rain /
Other Authors
Author Title of a Work
Baboian, Robert.
Publisher The Society,
Year Published 1986
OCLC Number 12556691
ISBN 084120988X; 9780841209886; 0898761271; 9780898761276
Subjects Materials--Deterioration--Congresses. ; Acid rain--Congresses. ; Weathering--Congresses. ; Acid deposition--Congresses. ; Marital Therapy. ; Psychotherapy.
Internet Access
Description Access URL
http://pubs.acs.org/doi/book/10.1021/bk-1986-0318
Holdings
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Modified
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Status
EJBM  TA418.74.M39 1986 Headquarters Library/Washington,DC 09/10/1988
EKBM  TA418.74.M39 1986 Research Triangle Park Library/RTP, NC 10/26/2011
Collation xiv, 447 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 24 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and indexes.
Contents Notes
Acidification of precipitation / B. Ottar -- Wet deposition chemistry / Richard G. Semonin -- Measurement of dry deposition onto surrogate surfaces : a review / James S. Gamble and Cliff I. Davidson -- Fog and cloud water deposition / Michael R. Hoffmann -- Urban dew : composition and influence on dry deposition rates / Patricia A. Mulawa, Steven H. Cadle, Frank Lipari, Carolina C. Ang, and René T. Vandervennet -- Influence of acid deposition on atmospheric corrosion of metals : a review / Vladimir Kucera -- Environmental effects on metallic corrosion products formed in short-term atmospheric exposures / D.R. Flinn, S.D. Cramer, J.P. Carter, D.M. Hurwitz, and P.J. Linstrom -- Bronze, zinc, aluminum, and galvanized steel : corrosion rates as a function of space and time over the United States / D.E. Patterson, R.B. Husar, and E. Escalante -- Environmental factors affecting corrosion of weathering steel / Fred H. Haynie -- A laboratory study to evaluate the impact of NOx, SOx, and oxidants on atmospheric corrosion of galvanized steel / Edward O. Edney, David C. Stiles, John W. Spence, Fred H. Haynie, and William E. Wilson -- A field experiment to partition the effects of dry and wet deposition on metallic materials / John W. Spence, Fred H. Haynie, Edward O. Edney, and David C. Stiles -- Effects of acid deposition on poultice-induced automotive corrosion / R.C. Turcotte, T.C. Comeau, and Robert Baboian -- Effect of acid rain on exterior anodized aluminum automotive trim / Gardner Haynes and Robert Baboian -- Effects of acid rain on indoor zinc and aluminum surfaces / J.D. Sinclair and C.J. Weschler -- Limestone and marble dissolution by acid rain : an onsite weathering experiment / Michael M. Reddy, Susan I. Sherwood, and B.R. Doe -- Effects of acid deposition on portland cement concrete / R.P. Webster and L.E. Kukacka -- Deterioration of brick masonry caused by acid rain / A.E. Charola and L. Lazzarini -- Cultural resource monitoring : concurrent aerometric and materials deterioration studies at Mesa Verde National Park / D.A. Dolske and W.T. Petuskey -- Effects of atmospheric exposure on roughening, recession, and chemical alteration of marble and limestone sample surfaces in the eastern United States / C.A. Youngdahl and B.R. Doe -- Elemental analysis of simulated acid rain stripping of Indiana limestone, marble, and bronze / K.M. Neal, S.H. Newnam, L.M. Pokorney, and J.P. Rybarczyk -- Effects of acid rain on deterioration of coquina at Castillo de San Marcos National Monument / D.G. Rands, J.A. Rosenow, and J.S. Laughlin -- Effects of acid rain on painted wood surfaces : importance of the substrate / R. Sam Williams -- Effect of acid rain on woody plants and their products / Ellen T. Paparozzi -- Acid rain degradation of nylon / Karen E. Kyllo and Christine M. Ladisch -- Materials damage and the law / Roger C. Dower and Sarah E. Ball -- Economic features of materials degradation / Thomas D. Crocker -- Economic effects of materials degradation / E. Passaglia -- Model for economic assessment of acid damage to building materials / Thomas J. Lareau, Robert L. Horst, Jr., Ernest H. Manuel, Jr., and Frederick W. Lipfert -- Application of a theory for economic assessment of corrosion damage / Frederick W. Lipfert and Ronald E. Wyzga. "Represents a first in the marital therapy literature--an entire book of selected verbatim transcripts of treatment interviews of a severely distressed couple. The interpretative comments by Norm and Betty Paul, interspersed between the clients' verbatim statements, are especially valuable."--Page 5. "Our thesis is that the quality of one's relationship to members of one's original family forms the unrecognized backdrop for the success or failure of one's marriage, which includes the functioning of one's children. ... We have attempted to illustrate that there are many sides to a marriage and that sex and love can't be isolated from the relationship of the partners, nor can a child's existence be regarded as an entity independent from the marital relationship."--Page 9.