CORROSION THERMODYNAMICS

CORROSION THERMODYNAMICS STUDENT’S NAME INSTITUTION’S NAME Introduction Corrosion refers to the process in which a metal reacts with the environment thus leading to its destructiveness. The electrochemical and chemical reactions that occur because of the instabilities thermodynamics in the environment are what cause corrosion. (1) Typical corrosive environments include water (distilled, fresh, salt), steam, air …

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