Active Standard: G3 - 89(2010)
Fig.2 is an illustration on how polarization resistance curve would look like. The curve shape currently presented is not typically observed during actual measurement. Therefore, it is replaced with the one of shape frequently observed during measurement.
Keywordsac impedance; Bode; convention; electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; electrochemical measurement; electrode potential; linear polarization; Nyquist; polarization resistance; potentiodynamic polarization; reference electrode; Potentiodynamic anodic polarization measurements; Reference electrode; A-C (alternating-current) impedance; Corrosion--metals/alloys; Current measurement; Data analysis--corrosion; Density--corrosion current; Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy; Electrochemical measurements/testing; Gibbs-Ostwald convention; Graphical presentation of data; Linear polarization; Nernst-Latimer convention; Polarization resistance; Sign conventions; Stockholm invariant convention;
Ballot Item Approved as G3-2013 and Pending Publication