Published: Jan 1937
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Laboratory corrosion work may be divided into theoretical studies and rate tests, and with such a division the conclusion is drawn that a certain amount of standardization or uniformity of procedure is possible in rate testing but is not applicable to theoretical studies. A table is given of actual procedure by modern authors in controlling or describing various factors which affect corrosion rates. This table shows a trend toward better control but also that there is room for much more improvement. Factors capable of control are: temperature, aeration, velocity, and others in special cases. The recommendation is made not to adopt any particular test but to set up reasonable control of factors known to affect corrosion rates.
McKay, R. J.
Chemical Engineer, The International Nickel Co., Inc., New York City,
LaQue, F. L.
The International Nickel Co., Inc., New York City,