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E. 1 INTRODUCTION The goal of this chapter is to elucidate the fundamental characteristics and technological significance of electrochemical cells. A comprehensive review on the subject is excluded since the intention hereafter is to describe the principles of electrochemistry, which should provide the reader with relevant key definitions and concepts on metal reduction and metal oxidation in galvanic couplings. Thus, the principles of anodic protection and cathodic protection become uncomplicated or unproblematic to understand and comprehend suitable applications of electrochemistry for preventing localized corrosion and general corrosion on metallic structures.
Thus, an electric field strength vector at a point P in space and an inner electric potential of the system are defined below, respectively  where = Electric force vector (N) Q = Electric charge (C = Coulomb) W = Electric work (J) In fact, Q depends on the type of ions, which are treated hereafter as poles, and it is related to Faraday’s constant F. 2. 1a. Integrating eq. 3) gives the definition of the monopole potential due to a point charge Q. This is a simple definition of an internal potential between two points located at a relatively short distance.
These cracks are typically developed in ductile materials susceptible to SCC. This type of specimen fracture is attributable to SCC, which is corroborated by the drop-off in ductility and the formation of secondary cracks. Therefore, the combination of an applied stress and applied potential in a corrosive environment degrade the material mechanical properties, 22 CHAPTER 1. FORMS OF CORROSION specifically due to the deterioration of the specimen surface. 19, the visible secondary cracks are related to the dispersed and localized anodic cells, which may act as such due to machining defects, metallurgical secondary phases, microstructural defects and the like.
Electrochemistry and corrosion by Perez N.