anticorrosive

[an-tee-kuh-roh-siv, an-tahy-]
noun
1.
something that prevents or counteracts corrosion.
adjective
2.
Also, anticorrosion. preventing or counteracting corrosion.

Origin:
1815–25; anti- + corrosive

anticorrosively, adverb
anticorrosiveness, noun
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