Fundamentals of Electrochemical Corrosion
ASM International, Jan 1, 2000 - Technology & Engineering - 487 pages
Covering the essential aspects of the corrosion behavior of metals in aqueous environments, this book is designed with the flexibility needed for use in courses for upper-level undergraduate and graduate students, for concentrated courses in industry, for individual study, and as a reference book.
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acid active aerated alloys aluminum anodic and cathodic anodic polarization curve aqueous austenitic behavior carbon cathodic polarization curves cathodic reaction cell chloride ions chromium concentration copper corr corrosion potential corrosion product corrosion rate crack growth crack tip crevice corrosion current density deaerated decrease diffusion dissolved oxygen Ecell Ecorr effect electrochemical environment equation exchange current density experimental Fe2+ fracture galvanic coupling grain boundaries growth rate half-cell reaction hydrogen embrittlement hydrogen ions Icorr iex,red increase interface intergranular corrosion Iox,M ired,M iron KISCC localized corrosion measured mechanism metal ions molybdenum occurs overpotential ox,M oxidation passive film phase pit initiation pitting corrosion pitting potential polarization curves potential range potentiostat Pourbaix diagram precipitation propagation Redrawn from Ref reduction reference electrode region relative resistance result Schematic shown in Fig solution species stainless steel stress susceptibility Tafel temperature Test Method tion values variables
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