|Electrochemical behavior of steel A36 under disbonded coating in the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria|
|J. Xu; C. Sun; M. C. Yan; F. H. Wang
|Source Publication||Materials Chemistry and Physics
|Abstract||Variation and distribution of the environmental parameters (potential, current, pH and [C1(-)]) and electrochemical behavior of steel A36 were studied in a crevice under a disbanded coating in soil extract solutions in the presence and absence of sulfate-reducing bacteria (SRB). Results show that the crevice blocks the penetration of cathodic currents, and weakens the cathodic polarization of the steel in the crevice. The presence of SRB in the crevice leads to alkalization of the solution and increases energy consumption of the cathodic protection system. The forming of the reversed potential increases the cathodic current. SRB restrains corrosion of the steel in the earlier period due to the protective biofilms, whereas it SRB corrosion of the steel in the later period because of exfoliation of the films and the formation of the corrosive microcell. (C) 2013 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.|
; sun, cheng
; yan, maocheng
; wang, fuhui] chinese acad sci, inst met res, state key lab corros & protect, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
; xu, j (reprint author), chinese acad sci, inst met res, state key lab corros & protect, shenyang 110016, peoples r china.
J. Xu,C. Sun,M. C. Yan,et al. Electrochemical behavior of steel A36 under disbonded coating in the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria[J]. Materials Chemistry and Physics,2013,142(2-3):692-700.
J. Xu,C. Sun,M. C. Yan,&F. H. Wang.(2013).Electrochemical behavior of steel A36 under disbonded coating in the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria.Materials Chemistry and Physics,142(2-3),692-700.
J. Xu,et al."Electrochemical behavior of steel A36 under disbonded coating in the presence of sulfate-reducing bacteria".Materials Chemistry and Physics 142.2-3(2013):692-700.
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