"Samuel B." <stb### [at] hotmailcom> wrote:
> I might just take you up on that. I know the rules of PEMDAS, and I know
> functions and their usages in programming languages, but when I see formulas on
> Wikipedia or elsewhere I see many symbols representing unfamiliar equations. I
> know it's only a matter of searching and finding, but I'm certain these things
> are more easily grokked by the formally-trained.
Correct on both counts, but I've already done a lot of that searching and
finding, and I've managed to grok a fair amount. Might as well pull you along
the learning curve with me. :D
> Not sure what this means, but am I jumping to conclusions by thinking this means
> NiO-rich alloys corrode more easily from the 'sides'?
Nope. If you read it again, it means that an oxide skin/film/crust forms, and
then metallic nickel has to diffuse through that to get oxidized on the surface
of that crust.
If it's published, it's already been paid for. I had to do some backflips to
find copies of MY OWN research that got published through ACS. What a scam to
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