Estimation of the corrosion resistance of metals by a volumetric method
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An attempt is made analytically to express the results of Corrosion tests by a volumetric method. It is postulated that corrosion-resistance curves should be represented in the form K = Btα, where K is the quantity of hydrogen liberated during a test, t is time, B intensity coefficient, andα passivation constant. Expressions for determining B andα from experimental data are derived, and examples are given of the determination of parameters of corrosion from corrosion-resistance curves cited in three published sources.
KeywordsHydrogen Experimental Data Corrosion Test Volumetric Method Intensity Coefficient
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