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Rusting is the only form of corrosion.
Corrosion can occur when metals are chemically attacked by substances in their environment.
Metals higher in the reactivity series corrode more rapidly.
Sodium and potassium stored under oil do not corrode rapidly.
Magnesium, calcium, and aluminium are typically covered by a thin oxide coating after reacting with oxygen.
Freshly produced copper remains pink when exposed to air.
Verdigris is a pink-colored substance formed on copper surfaces exposed to air.
Verdigris is composed of copper salts, including copper(II) carbonate and copper(II) hydroxide.
Gold and platinum are reactive metals that corrode easily.
Gold and platinum can remain corrosion-free for extended periods.