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+ - Stainless Magnesium Breakthrough Bodes Well For Manufacturing 1

Submitted by fergus07
fergus07 (1145927) writes "Magnesium alloys are very attractive to the aerospace and automotive industries due to their light weight, specific strength and easy machinability ... but they corrode easily. A team at Monash University in Australia has now discovered a novel and potentially game-changing approach to the problem: poisoning the chemical reactions leading to corrosion of magnesium alloys by adding a dash of arsenic to the recipe."
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Stainless Magnesium Breakthrough Bodes Well For Manufacturing

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