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Kinetics of Corrosion

  • E. McCafferty
Chapter

Abstract

As seen in the previous chapter, potential–pH diagrams (Pourbaix diagrams) are a useful first guide as to the corrosion behavior of many different systems. However, Pourbaix diagrams do not give any information as to corrosion rates. Although a given reaction may be spontaneous, it does not necessarily proceed at a fast rate. The reaction may in fact proceed “slowly” rather than “quickly”, but we cannot determine this difference from thermodynamics alone.

Keywords

Corrosion Rate Polarization Curve Electrode Potential Corrosion Potential Corrosion Current Density 
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  • E. McCafferty
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  1. 1.AlexandriaUSA

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