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Synonyms for rust

corrosion

corrode

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deteriorate

Synonyms for rust

a red or brown oxide coating on iron or steel caused by the action of oxygen and moisture

a plant disease that produces a reddish-brown discoloration of leaves and stems

the formation of reddish-brown ferric oxides on iron by low-temperature oxidation in the presence of water

become destroyed by water, air, or a corrosive such as an acid

cause to deteriorate due to the action of water, air, or an acid

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become coated with oxide

of the brown color of rust

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Designed for convenient, worker-safe and environment-friendly application on rusted or mill-scaled hot-rolled steel or rusted cold-rolled steel, CorroKleen 44 rust remover effectively eradicates metallic oxides, heat scale and heat-treated stains.
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The fungal disease known as wheat rust affects grains such as barley and rye in addition to wheat.
Our study shows that even the safest encapsulation of radioactive waste could be made safer if radioactive waste canisters are buried in a place where green rust will form," said Christiansen.
Bozievich asked, noting that from 1997 onward, Rust had not been a member of a public service organization, such as a Rotary club or Lions club or served on a board of education.
The battle between wheat and the fungus is an old one: Evidence suggests that wheat rust was a plague during biblical times.
in Uganda during 1999] transformed stem rust from a disease largely under control into a significant global threat," said David Hodson, the FAO's international focal point officer for wheat rust disease.
tritici, the most virulent race of the stem rust fungus yet to emerge.
Tuf-Cloth prevents rust from forming on any metal surface, providing a water-displacing, micro-bonded barrier against rust, friction and wear.
Growers have been warned to be vigilant for brown rust following a much larger than expected number of reports so early in the season, and with significant levels detected on some varieties.