CONTINUOUS DETERMINATION OF CORROSION RATES OF METALS BY MEANS OF TAGGED ATOMS AND MEASUREMENT OF QUANTITY OF ABSORBED OXYGEN.

L. Kiss, A. I. Molodov, L. M. Varsanyi, G. N. Markos'yan, J. Farkas, V. Losev, L. Siraki, I. A. Safronova

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Abstract

The authors make a comparative assessment using both methods to investigate the corrosion of copper with oxygen depolarization in solutions containing sulfuric or perchloric acids. The two methods agree and supplement one another. The corrosion mechanism is catalytic.

Original languageEnglish
Title of host publicationProtection of Metals (English translation of Zaschita Metallov)
Pages79-83
Number of pages5
Volume16
Edition2
Publication statusPublished - Mar 1980

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  • Engineering(all)

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    Kiss, L., Molodov, A. I., Varsanyi, L. M., Markos'yan, G. N., Farkas, J., Losev, V., Siraki, L., & Safronova, I. A. (1980). CONTINUOUS DETERMINATION OF CORROSION RATES OF METALS BY MEANS OF TAGGED ATOMS AND MEASUREMENT OF QUANTITY OF ABSORBED OXYGEN. In Protection of Metals (English translation of Zaschita Metallov) (2 ed., Vol. 16, pp. 79-83)