Published: Jan 1990
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The experimental methods available for IR drop correction in electrochemical corrosion experiments are briefly reviewed. A computer-controlled system that incorporates several different methods of IR compensation is described and some examples of its performance are presented.
corrosion, current interruption, electrochemical impedance, feedback, instrumentation, IR compensation, polarization, solution resistance
Senior research scientist, Betz Labortatories, Inc., Trevose, PA