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Corrosion resistance (Rkcfn)

Ability of a material, usually a metal, to withstand corrosion in a given system. Also, resistance to rain, sunlight, saltwater, and the alkalinity of concrete without experiencing noticeable degradation. (Source: AASHTO Glossary)
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Chemical reactivity (Rkcf)
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Biodegradability (Rkcfb)
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Volatility (Rkcfv)
Weather resistance (Rkcfw)