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Definition of Noncorrosive
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Literary usage of Noncorrosive
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1. Safety of Navigation on Water: Hearing[s] Before a Subcommittee of the by United States Congress. Senate. Committee on Commerce (1912)
"I have never discovered anything on board ship that was noncorrosive. If it was possible for us to get galvanized iron for the construction of our boats ..."
2. The International Journal of Orthodontia and Oral Surgery (1921)
"The qualifications of a good band material as named by Doctor Pullen are (1) high fusing point; (2) noncorrosive and nonoxidizing; (3) a good edge strength; ..."
3. The Speed and Power of Ships: A Manual of Marine Propulsion by David Watson Taylor (1910)
"The practical conclusion is that noncorrosive blades should by all means be used, unless their first cost prohibits them for the job in hand or unless for ..."
4. Industrial Chemistry: A Manual for the Student and Manufacturer by Allen Rogers (1920)
"(E) (1057) Foaming, (-9.69-8.28) noncorrosive, (0.94) very little, (0.23) soft scale. The effect of suspended matter upon the scale classification of B is ..."