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Review—Electrochemical Noise Applied in Corrosion Science: Theoretical and Mathematical Models towards Quantitative Analysis

Abstract : Electrochemical noise (EN) can be used in situ to investigate corrosion processes and to detect and monitor the corrosion of metallic materials. EN data are largely influenced by the measurement mode, the surface area of the working electrodes, the electrolyte resistance, and the symmetry of the electrode system. Herein, the advantages and limitations of electrochemical kinetics, equivalent circuit, and shot noise methods for quantifying corrosion rates with EN are discussed.
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Da-Hai Xia, Shizhe Song, Yashar Behnamian, Wenbin Hu, Y. Frank Cheng, et al.. Review—Electrochemical Noise Applied in Corrosion Science: Theoretical and Mathematical Models towards Quantitative Analysis. Journal of The Electrochemical Society, Electrochemical Society, 2020, 167 (8), pp.081507. ⟨10.1149/1945-7111/ab8de3⟩. ⟨hal-02864691⟩

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