Using Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy on Steel Pipelines
Pipelines are an essential infrastructure component as a conveyance of utilities, commodities and other elements vital for a robust economy. Pipelines are typically constructed from metal, and are prone to corrosion if not well protected and treated. Corrosion is understood as a disintegration of metal through one or more electrochemical processes and/or unintended exposure to chemicals. It usually initiates at the surface where it interfaces with external substrates.
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Original Article Posted on: April 1, 2021
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