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Lectures on Electrochemical Corrosion

Author: Marcel Pourbaix; Roger W Staehle
Publisher: Boston, MA : Springer US, 1973.
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1. Introduction to Corrosion.- 1.1. Economic and Technical Significance.- 1.2. Complexity of Corrosion Phenomena.- 1.2.1. Iron in the Presence of Different Aqueous Solutions.- 1.2.2. Iron Filings in a Solution of NaOH.- 1.2.3. Iron in Nitric Acid Solutions.- 1.2.4. Iron as an Anode or Cathode in an Electrolytic Cell.- 1.2.5. Iron in Contact with Different Metals.- 1.2.6. Zinc in Contact with Distilled Water.- 1.3.  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Electronic books
Additional Physical Format: Printed edition:
Material Type: Document, Internet resource
Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File
All Authors / Contributors: Marcel Pourbaix; Roger W Staehle
ISBN: 9781468418064 1468418068 9781468418088 1468418084
OCLC Number: 840287777
Description: 1 online resource
Contents: 1. Introduction to Corrosion --
1.1. Economic and Technical Significance --
1.2. Complexity of Corrosion Phenomena --
1.3. Influence of Oxidants, Electric Currents, Motion of Solutions --
1.4. Application of Chemical Thermodynamics --
1.5. Application of Electrochemical Thermodynamics --
2. Chemical and Electrochemical Reactions --
3. Chemical Equilibria --
3.1. General Formula of Chemical Equilibria --
3.2. Influence of pH on Chemical Equilibria. Graphic Representation --
4. Electrochemical Equilibria --
4.1. Electrochemical Oxidations and Reductions --
4.2. Galvanic Cells --
4.3. Any Electrochemical Reaction --
4.4. Diagram of Electrochemical Equilibria of Water --
4.5. Diagram of Electrochemical Equilibria of Hydrogen Peroxide. Oxidation, Reduction, and Decomposition of Hydrogen Peroxide. Reduction of Oxygen --
4.6. Diagrams of Electrochemical Equilibria of Metals and Metalloids --
5. Electrochemical Kinetics --
5.1. General Remarks --
5.2. Direction of Electrochemical Reactions --
5.3. Affinity, Overpotential, Rate, and Direction of Electrochemical Reactions. The Second Principle of Electrochemical Thermodynamics --
5.4. Reaction Currents --
5.5. Polarization Curves --
5.6. Electrochemical Catalysis of Chemical Reactions --
6. Corrosion and Protection of Iron and Steel --
6.1. Diagram of Electrochemical Equilibria of the Iron-Water System at 25°C --
6.2. General Conditions of Corrosion, Immunity, and Passivation of Iron --
6.3. Polarization Curves --
6.4. Behavior of Electrically Insulated Iron --
6.5. Behavior of Iron Coupled to Another Metal --
6.6. Protection of Iron and Steel Against Corrosion --
7. Further Applications of Electrochemistry to Corrosion Studies --
7.1. Introduction --
7.2. Potential-pH Equilibrium Diagrams for Complex Systems Containing Copper at 25°C --
7.4. The Influence of Temperature on Electrochemical Equilibria. Electrode Potential --
Temperature Diagrams --
General Bibliography --
Author Index.
Responsibility: by Marcel Pourbaix, Roger W. Staehle.

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1. Introduction to Corrosion.- 1.1. Economic and Technical Significance.- 1.2. Complexity of Corrosion Phenomena.- 1.2.1. Iron in the Presence of Different Aqueous Solutions.- 1.2.2. Iron Filings in a Solution of NaOH.- 1.2.3. Iron in Nitric Acid Solutions.- 1.2.4. Iron as an Anode or Cathode in an Electrolytic Cell.- 1.2.5. Iron in Contact with Different Metals.- 1.2.6. Zinc in Contact with Distilled Water.- 1.3. Influence of Oxidants, Electric Currents, Motion of Solutions.- 1.3.1. Oxidants.- 1.3.2. Influence of Electric Current.- 1.3.3. Influence of Motion of Solution.- 1.4. Application of.

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