Definition of corrosiveness in US English:

corrosiveness

noun

  • See corrosive

    • ‘A nuisance associated with hydrogen sulfide includes its corrosiveness to metals such as iron, steel, copper and brass.’
    • ‘Disadvantages include storage, corrosiveness, and fuel waste due to ‘crossover’ in the fuel-cell membrane.’
    • ‘Skin corrosiveness testing is conducted to ensure that chemicals and products are properly labeled to alert consumers and workers to take precautions to prevent chemical burns to the skin.’
    • ‘Because of the corrosiveness of the wastewater, underground pipelines should be constructed of plastic or other non-corrosive materials.’
    • ‘He slouches with disappointment and straightens with hope, matching Terri's corrosiveness with his own brand of compassion and burrowing into the female enclave of Terri's home with both tenderness and tenacity.’

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