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RE: Metal oxidation techniques
- Subject: RE: Metal oxidation techniques
- From: "Eileen D. Torok" <Eileen@uwyo.edu>
- Date: Fri, 31 Mar 2000 13:51:23 -0700
- List-Name: p2tech
- Reply-To: "Eileen D. Torok" <Eileen@uwyo.edu>
This isn't an engineering-oriented suggestion, but it just might work. Try
asking a local college art department or sculpture studio. Artists who work
in bronze know all kinds of chemistry "tricks of the trade" for achieving
various patinas or finishes on their work.
Regulated Materials Management Center
University of Wyoming
From: Butner, Robert S [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Friday, March 31, 2000 11:23 AM
Subject: RE: Metal oxidation techniques
I agree with Terry Foecke -- this may be the only time I've seen someone ask
how to ENCOURAGE rust.
I'll be the first to admit I know next to nothing about corrosion
processes*, except that "rust never sleeps."
But I wonder if exposure to an ozone atmosphere in addition to the higher
temperature would eliminate or reduce the need for brine?
Scott Butner (firstname.lastname@example.org)
Senior Research Scientist, Environmental Technology Division
Pacific Northwest National Laboratory
4500 Sandpoint Way, Seattle WA 98105
(206)-528-3290 voice/(206)-528-3552 fax
*The fact that some would say I don't need to qualify my ignorance in such a
narrow way is another matter entirely, and we'll ignore that for now.