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Analytical Methods In Corrosion Science and Engineering




ISBN 9780824759520
Published July 27, 2005 by CRC Press
776 Pages 495 B/W Illustrations

 
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Damage from corrosion costs billions of dollars per year. Controlling corrosion requires a fundamental, in-depth understanding of the mechanisms and phenomena involved, and this understanding is best achieved through advanced analytical methods. The first book to treat both surface analytical and electrochemical techniques in a single reference, Analytical Methods in Corrosion Science and Engineering equips you with hands-on tools for solving corrosion problems and improving corrosion resistance.

The book begins with the major surface analytical techniques, their principles, instrumentation, and the exact nature of the information derived from their measurements. Individual chapters are devoted to electron spectroscopy, ion analytical methods, nanoprobes, synchrotron methods, infrared spectroscopy, and glow discharge optical emission spectroscopy followed by recent developments in the application of radiotracer methods, nanoscratching, and nanoindentation. Coverage then moves to electrochemical techniques, beginning with an introduction to electrochemical instrumentation that reveals the requirements for accurate and meaningful measurements as well as potential errors and how to avoid them. The authors provide a thorough background of each technique and illustrate its use for a variety of corrosion systems, in many cases using examples of practical industrial applications.

Contributed by a team of prominent experts from major universities and national research laboratories around the world, Analytical Methods in Corrosion Science and Engineering is the most comprehensive guide available for investigating surface corrosion.

Table of Contents

X-RAY PHOTOELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY IN CORROSION RESEARCH
Hans-Henning Strehblow and Philippe Marcus
AUGER ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY
James E. Castle
STUDIES OF METAL CORROSION AND OXIDATION PHENOMENON USING SECONDARY ION MASS SPECTROMETRY
N. Stewart McIntyre and Michael J. Graham
MeV ION BEAM ANALYTICAL METHODS
Didier Schmaus and Ian Vickridge
SCANNING TUNNELING MICROSCOPY AND ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY
Vincent Maurice and Philippe Marcus
SYNCHROTRON METHODS FOR CORROSION RESEARCH
Dirk Lützenkirchen-Hecht and Hans-Henning Strehblow
INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY
Christofer Leygraf and Magnus Johnson
GLOW DISCHARGE OPTICAL EMISSION SPECTROSCOPY
Arne Bengtson
RECENT DEVELOPMENTS IN THE APPLICATION OF RADIOTRACER METHODS IN CORROSION STUDIES
George Horányi and Erika Kálmán
NANOINDENTATION AND NANOSCRATCHING TECHNIQUES FOR EVALUATION OF MECHANICAL PROPERTIES OF SURFACE FILMS
Masahiro Seo
INTRODUCTION TO ELECTROCHEMICAL INSTRUMENTATION
C. Schiller
DC ELECTROCHEMICAL METHODS
Ewald Heitz
ELECTROCHEMICAL IMPEDANCE SPECTROSCOPY (EIS)
Florian Mansfeld
THE ELECTROCHEMICAL NOISE TECHNIQUE
François Huet
SCANNING ELECTRODE TECHNIQUES FOR INVESTIGATING NEAR-SURFACE SOLUTION CURRENT DENSITIES
R.S. Lillard
APPLICATION OF SCANNING KELVIN PROBE IN CORROSION SCIENCE
M. Rohwerder, P. Leblanc, G.S. Frankel, and M. Stratmann

THE MICROCELL TECHNIQUE
T. Suter and H. Böhni
PHOTOELECTROCHEMICAL TECHNIQUES IN CORROSION STUDIES
F. Di Quarto, M. Santamaria, and C. Sunseri
ELECTROCHEMICAL QUARTZ CRYSTAL MICROBALANCE
C-O. A. Olsson and D. Landolt

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