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High Temperature Corrosion Conference

Sunday July 21, 2013 to Friday July 26, 2013
New London, United States

Event Type: Conference

Subject(s): Inorganic Chemistry, Physical Chemistry, Materials Science, Theoretical Chemistry


Event Description

The Gordon Research Conference (GRC) on High Temperature Corrosion has the history of more than 70 years. High temperature corrosion has been important issues in metallic and ceramic materials for energy conversion and chemical industrial processes. Issues related to energy and environment are rapidly evolving in recent years. The materials are exposed to extremely harsh condition which is required for higher efficiency processes. The GRC develops the new frontier of the science and technology in the field. The speakers of lectures are all invited, who are chosen for their expertise, recent research advances, and/or novelty of approach

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Venue: Colby-Sawyer College
541 Main Street, New London, CT, United States, 03257


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