noncorrosive

adjective
non·cor·ro·sive | \ˌnän-kə-ˈrō-siv, -ziv\

Definition of noncorrosive 

: not corrosive : not having the power to corrode Fluxes are classified as noncorrosive, mildly corrosive, or corrosive, ranging from mild substances such as rosin to chemically active salts such as zinc chloride.— Bureau of Naval Personnel

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Midley set out to create a gas that was stable, nonflammable, noncorrosive and safe to breathe. Kat Eschner, Smithsonian, "One Man Invented Two of the Deadliest Substances of the 20th Century," 18 May 2017 During his Oak Creek stop at WPC Technologies, a company that manufactures pigments for noncorrosive paints used on airplanes and buildings, Ryan toured the facility and took mostly pre-submitted questions from workers. Mary Spicuzza, Milwaukee Journal Sentinel, "Speaker Paul Ryan calls North Korea 'number one' foreign policy concern," 6 July 2017 Midley set out to create a gas that was stable, nonflammable, noncorrosive and safe to breathe. Kat Eschner, Smithsonian, "One Man Invented Two of the Deadliest Substances of the 20th Century," 18 May 2017

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1831, in the meaning defined above

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