Examines the state-of-the-art in interpretation and analysis of electrochemical impedance data. 27 papers characterize the major areas of research and engineering application of electrochemical impedance techniques in corrosion. In six sections:
Corrosion process characterization and modeling
Applications of Kramers-Kronig transformations for evaluation the validity of data
Corrosion and its inhibition by either corrosion products or specially added inhibitors
Corrosion of aluminum and aluminum alloys
Corrosion of steel in soils and concrete
Evaluation of coatings on metal substrates.
The papers, written by many recognized contributors in the field, range from theoretical modeling to practical applications.