Corrosion Study of Galvanized Steel in Salty Acidic and Basic Solutions

Khulood Abid Al-Saade, Hayfaa A. Abas


The corrosion of galvanized steel, in hydrochloric acid solution (pH= 2 and 4) and in sodium hydroxide solution (pH= 8 and 10) in the presence of sodium chloride with in concentration range 0.05-1 M, has been studied at temperature range 298-328 K, by using a computerized potentiostat. The weight loss, penetration loss, and cyclic polarization curves data have been evaluated for all states to study the pitting corrosion.


Corrosion, Galvanized Steel, Pitting Corrosion

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