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cor·rode

(kŏ-rōd'),
To cause, or to be affected by, corrosion.
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After the first few cycles the peak level of C[O.sub.2] decreases, presumably as the most corrodible carbon is lost and the water electrolysis becomes comparatively more favorable.
Corrodible hooks, made out of any metal other than stainless steel, are also advisable since they break down after a time if they're lost at sea.
Under the same applied force, the CoAW is more corrodible to the acid artificial saliva.
Metals are not used for light-weight and compact cellular phone housings because metals are electrical conductors, heavier, corrodible, and expensive.
One of the most popular uses of electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) is the characterization of protective properties of coating on corrodible metal.
The sol-gel chemistry described here can be used in two ways: as a pretreatment (i.e., a stand-alone coating for corrodible metal) or as a corrosion-inhibiting additive for paint and coatings.