Corrosion Engineering Principles and Practice by Pierre Roberge

By Pierre Roberge

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10) [written as a soluble salt in the form of Zn2+ − and Cl ions in Eq. 11)] plus one molecule of hydrogen gas which is given off as indicated by the vertical arrow. It should be noted that the chloride ions do not participate directly in this reaction, although they could play an important role in real corrosion situations. Similarly, zinc combines with sulfuric acid to form zinc sulfate (a salt) and hydrogen gas as shown in Eqs. 1 M sulfuric acid solution. 13) 31 Chapter 2 Note that each atom of a substance that appears on the left-hand side of these equations must also appear on the right-hand side.

The salt bridge, in that case, provides the electrolytic path that is necessary to complete an electrochemical cell circuit. This situation is common in natural corrosion cells where the environment serves as the electrolyte that completes the corrosion cell. The conductivity of an aqueous environment such as soils, concrete, or natural waters has often been related to its corrosivity. 2 Schematic of a Daniell cell with a salt bridge. Cu2+ SO42– Corrosion Electrochemistry The short-hand description in Eq.

7). The anodic and cathodic areas may shift from time to time so as to give the appearance of uniform corrosion. If this action could be seen through a suitable microscope, many tiny anodic and cathodic areas would be observed shifting around on the surface of the metal. These areas, however, are often so small as to be invisible and so numerous as to be almost inseparable. 7 Formation of ions at an anodic area and release of hydrogen at a cathodic area in a local cell on an iron surface. 5 Surface Area Effect When a piece of metal is freely corroding, the electrons generated at anodic areas flow through the metal to react at cathodic areas similarly exposed to the environment where they restore the electrical balance of the system.

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