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Pitting Corrosion

Edited by Nasr Bensalah

University of Gabes, Tunisia

Taking into account that corrosion is costly and dangerous phenomenon, it becomes obvious that people engaged in the design and the maintenance of structures and equipment, should have a basic understanding of localized corrosion processes. The Editor hopes that this book will be helpful for researchers in conducting investigations in the field of localized corrosion, as well as for engineers encountering pitting and crevice corrosion, by providing some basic information concerning the causes, prevention, and control of pitting corrosion.

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Pitting CorrosionEdited by Nasr Bensalah

Published: March 23rd 2012

DOI: 10.5772/1849

ISBN: 978-953-51-0275-5

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49177 Total Chapter Downloads

5 Crossref Citations

9 Web of Science Citations

24 Dimensions Citations

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1. Electrochemical Characterisation to Study the Pitting Corrosion Behaviour of Beryllium

By J. S. Punni

2244

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2. Mechanism of Pit Growth in Homogeneous Aluminum Alloys

By G. Knörnschild

3106

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3. Pitting Corrosion Monitoring Using Acoustic Emission

By A. Prateepasen

4679

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4. Oscillatory Phenomena as a Probe to Study Pitting Corrosion of Iron in Halide-Containing Sulfuric Acid Solutions

By Dimitra Sazou, Maria Pavlidou, Aggeliki Diamantopoulou and Michael Pagitsas

1990

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5. Systemic and Local Tissue Response to Titanium Corrosion

By Daniel Olmedo, Deborah Tasat, Gustavo Duffó, Rómulo Cabrini and María Guglielmotti

5072

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6. Importance of Etch Film Formation During AC Controlled Pitting of Aluminium

By Maria Tzedaki, Iris De Graeve, Bernhard Kernig, Jochen Hasenclever and Herman Terryn

2079

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7. Corrosive Effects of Chlorides on Metals

By Fong-Yuan Ma

30007

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