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Measurements in Corrosion using Pourbaix Diagrams

Study the construction of a Pourbaix diagram, as well as the kinetics of corrosion in this free chemistry course.

Publisher: NPTEL
Analyze the construction of the Pourbaix diagram for an Ni-H2O system, as well as what happens when the pH concentration of the H+ ion increases. You will learn about the concept of kinetics or the rate of corrosion, as well as the stability phase of corrosive reactions.
Measurements in Corrosion using Pourbaix Diagrams
  • Duration

    4-5 Hours
  • Students

    22
  • Accreditation

    CPD

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‘Measurements in Corrosion using Pourbaix Diagrams’ is a free online course that begins by unfolding the construction of the Pourbaix diagram for a Ni-H2O system, as well as happens when the pH concentration of the H+ ion changes. The course will also introduce you to the process for identifying where acidic and basic reactions will happen during the corrosion process. The schematic phase diagram for aluminium (Al) will also be covered.

This material then explains the steps used in the estimation of how quickly corrosion will occur, as well as the concept of ‘kinetics’ or the rate of corrosion. You will learn about the importance of determining the rate of dissolution of metal for any given reaction, as well as how it is measured. This course will teach you about the steps for calculating the corrosion rate in the form of mass loss per area per unit time.

Furthermore, you will get familiar with the steps for analysing the Pourbaix diagram for a corrosion reaction. See the different stability phases for a given corrosion reaction, as well as how these phases are relevant. So, register for this course now and start your next electrochemistry learning journey today.

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