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Measurements were taken on several grains in the gage section and the reported values are for grains that showed the largest deformation. 3. The deformation patterns evolved during the laboratory air tests were characterised by an initial large SBS (20-30 mm at yielding) that gradually decreased with testing 26 Corrosion-Deformation Interactions time in order to accommodate strain. On the contrary, during the SCC experiments, finely-spaced slip bands evolved at the surface from the very early stages of testing.
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