The main degradation factors of natural origin are water, temperature variations, electromagnetic radiation and atmospheric gases.
Water – water can contribute to degradation processes, both in the liquid and in the solid or vapor state.
Thermal fluctuations – the increase in size that all materials undergo when heated (thermal expansion) or frozen.
Atmospheric gases – oxygen, in the presence of suitable synergies (visible and ultraviolet radiation, water, catalysts, such as metal oxides), causes oxidation phenomena of organic materials.
Man’s activity often determines suitable conditions for the development of degradation processes, indeed it is one of the most important factors.
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