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No. Galden does not corrode metals because they interrupt the electrical circuit that is the base for the corrosion process: the conducting environment for ionic movement is disabled by the HIGH volume resistivity of Galden fluids that does not vary over time (the volume resistivity of DI water is at last 107 Ω·cm, and this value tends to reduce over time… DI water extracts metal ions)

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