The influence of combinations of various normal mineral components in domestic waters on the rate of corrosion of cast iron and steel and on the development of tuberculation is reported. Tests were conducted with air saturated waters at room temperature with velocities of 0.1-1.0 fps and with pH controlled by-carbon dioxide. The ions considered are chloride, sulfate, bicarbonate and calcium at pH 6.8-8.3. 4.6.6

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