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THERMIT REACTION

Explosive effect that occurs when aluminum and iron oxide are heated. Aluminum pigmented paints associated with rusty steel are susceptible to the effect, leading to potential problems in hazardous environments such as gas, fuel oils, etc. Used to field-weld cathodic protection and bonding cables and other structures. Sometimes called cadwelding.


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