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Published by Sage from 2024. 

Corrosion Engineering, Science and Technology provides broad international coverage of research and practice in corrosion processes and corrosion control. Peer-reviewed contributions address all aspects of corrosion engineering and corrosion science; there is strong emphasis on effective design and materials selection to combat corrosion and the journal carries failure case studies to further knowledge in these areas.

CEST’s scope encompasses degradation of all metallic and non-metallic materials and composites. The journal also publishes regular updates on international developments in corrosion standards and reviews of important international meetings.

Subscribers can access the complete archive of British Corrosion Journal (the former title of CEST) back to Volume 1, 1965.

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All submitted manuscripts are subject to initial appraisal by the Editor. If found suitable for further consideration, papers are subject to peer review by independent, anonymous expect referees. All peer-review is single anonymized and submissions can be submitted online via

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