1. Introduction.- Part 1: Fundamentals of Corrosion and Surface Finishing for Corrosion Control.- 2. The Fundamentals of Corrosion Science and Engineering: Equilibrium Theory and Its Meaning.- 3. Measurement and Evaluation for Corrosion.- 4. Industrial Surface Treatments.- 5. Surface Analysis.- 6. Corrosion and Surface Finishing.- Part 2: Environmental Regulations for Metallic Materials.- 7. Background of Environmental Regulations.- 8. World Health Organization's Standards from the Viewpoint of Health Risks.- 9. European Union (EU) Directives and Regulations.- 10. Regulations by the Environmental Protection Agency in the US.- 11. Japanese Environmental Regulations.- Part 3: Conventional Environmental Evaluation Processes for Surface Finishing.- 12. The Necessity and Meaning.- 13. Frequently Used Evaluations for Effluents.- 14. Frequently Used Evaluations for Aerial and Solid Pollution.- 15. Dissolution Assay.- Part 4: Novel Biological Environmental Evaluation Processes.- 16. Gene Analysis for the Evaluation of the Effect of Environmental Factors.- 17. The Application of Mammalian Cells for Assessment of Metallic Products (in vitro process).- 18. Metal Ion Sensor of Pore-Forming Toxin for Environmental Evaluation.- 19. The Application of Phytoplankton.- 20. The Application of Fish.- 21. Life Cycle Assessment (LCA) of Surface Treatment Products.- Part 5: Environmentally Friendly Surface Finishing.- 22. What is Environmentally Friendly Surface Finishing?.- 23. Substitution with More Friendly Elements.- 24. Change from Metals to Nonmetals.- 25. Process Changes.- 26. The Application of Corrosion Protection.- 27. Future Scope.
Dr. Hideyuki Kanematsu, Deputy President & Professor in the
Department of Materials Science and Engineering at the National
Institute of Technology, Suzuka College, Suzuka, Mie, Japan. He is
also a fellow of the Institute of Materials Finishing (IMF),
Birmingham, U.K.Dr. Dana M. Barry, Research Professor in Clarkson's
Departments of Chemical & Biomolecular Engineering and Electrical &
Computer Engineering. She is also the Senior Technical Writer &
Editor at the Center for Advanced Materials Processing (CAMP) in
Clarkson University, Potsdam, New York, U.S.A.