By John G. Stoecker
This really useful guide is the much-awaited follow-up to "A functional handbook on Microbiologically prompted Corrosion", first published by way of NACE foreign in 1993. an ideal better half to the 1st version, quantity 2 makes use of a similar layout whereas delivering new fabric and present develop-ments with a world effect. many of the subject matters coated comprise: the function microorganisms play in corrosion reactions, the incidence of MIC in various industries, recommendation on tips on how to determine even if corrosion difficulties are relating to MIC, and MIC therapy and prevention tips. the subjects indexed above are illustrated via a variety of charts, graphs, and images. every one bankruptcy is authored through a well-known professional within the box of MIC.
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The reddish-orange colored patina present on the marble was produced mainly by the presence of cysts of Haernatoccus pluvialis. Their formation is accompanied by a change in color from green to red-orange owing to the production of large quantities of cytoplasmatic carotenoids, responsible for the color alteration. Endolithic growth also could be considered as a survival strategy. Saiz-Jimenez et al. 23 This community was dominated by unicellular cyanobacteria. Giaccone et al. found the endolithic active borer Hyella fontana in marble statues in Rome and attributed a role in the decay of the stone to this c y a n o b a ~ t e r i u m .
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