Pierre Roberge's Corrosion Engineering Principles and Practice PDF

By Pierre Roberge

ISBN-10: 0071482431

ISBN-13: 9780071482431

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Corrosion for Science and Engineering. 2nd ed. Burnt Mill, UK: Longman Scientific & Technical, 1995. 2. Paparazzo E. Surfaces—lost and found. Nature Materials 2003; 2: 351–3. 3. Cushman AS, Gardner HA. The Corrosion and Preservation of Iron and Steel. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1910. 4. LaQue FL. What can management expect from a corrosion engineer? Materials Performance 1985; 25: 82–4. 5. Uhlig HH. The cost of corrosion in the United States. Chemical and Engineering News 1949; 27: 2764. 6. Koch GH, Brongers MPH, Thompson NG, Virmani YP, Payer JH.

4. 2 Matter Building Blocks Since metals are the principal materials which suffer corrosive deterioration, it is important to have an understanding of their atomic organization in order to fully understand corrosion. Metals as well as all materials are made up of atoms; metals are also composed, of course, of those smaller particles which make up the atoms. These numerous particles arrange themselves so that those bearing positive charges or those which are neutral cluster together to form a nucleus around which negatively charged particles or electrons rotate in orbits or shells.

Any increase in negative charge (or decrease in positive charge) of an atom or ion is called reduction. Many chemical compounds, such as salts, are made up of two or more ions of opposite charge. When these are dissolved in water, they can readily split into two or more separate ions which display equal but opposite charges. This process is also called ionization. It is these particles that are responsible for the conduction of electric currents in aqueous solutions. For a non reacted atom, the negative particles exactly balance the positive charges present in the atomic nucleus.

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