|something that digests; something that causes rust, something that causes corrosion||corroder|
|(Metallurgy) cause a metal to be less chemically reactive, protect metal against corrosion||passivate|
|(Trademark) a strong rust resistant stretchable nickel-copper alloy, a trademark for a corrosion-resistant alloy of nickel and copper with some iron, manganese, and aluminum||Monel|
|a trademark for an alloy of zirconium with tin, chromium, and nickel that is resistant to heat and corrosion, making it a useful material in the nuclear power industry||Zircaloy|
|able to eat away, able to cause corrosion; destructive, causing deterioration; sarcastic, biting, caustic, destroying gradually, destructive substance, progressively destructive, substance which has the power to corrode (i.e. acid or drug), very sarcastic||corrosive|
|apple rust||cedar-apple rust|
|become corroded due to the oxidation of iron, become rusty, corrode with rust, deteriorate, develop a plant disease, flaky orange coating which forms on metal due to the oxidation of iron; fungal disease of plants characterized by reddish or brown spot...||rust|
|becoming covered with corrosion, becoming rusty||rusting|
|breakdown of tissue as a result of digestive enzymes present in the tissue (symptom of malnutrition), enzyme that digests own cells||autolysin|
|constant chewing, eating away; corrosion; dull persistent pain (especially in the stomach), constantly chewing; corroding; persistently painful or troublesome, persistent and troubling||gnawing|
|containing iron, containing iron; rust-colored, reddish-brown||ferruginous|
|corroded, covered with rust, oxidized; having a reddish-orange coloring like that of rust; faded, worn out; out of practice, needing a refresher course, discolored, infected with rust fungus, rust-colored||rusty|
|corrosion protection||cathodic protection|
|corrosion-resistant alloy||phosphor bronze|
|corrosion-resistant steel containing chromium, stainless||stainless steel|
|counteracts corrosion, prevents rust||anticorrosive|
|cover with oxide coating, lose or make lose electrons, react or make react with oxygen, reduce, unite with oxygen (e.g. burn); be united with oxygen; rust, corrode||oxidize|
|destroy progressively by chemical action, eat away; rust, oxidize; be rusted, be oxidized; be eaten away, undermine||corrode|
|destruction by chemical action, gradual destruction, material produced by corrosion, result of corrosion, wear, deterioration; rust, oxidation||corrosion|
|does not rust, does not corrode||noncorroding|
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