STP Published: 1993

Electrochemical Impedance: Analysis and Interpretation

Editor(s): John R. Scully, David C. Silverman, Martin W. Kendig

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.

Table of Contents

JR Scully, DC Silverman, MW Kendig

U Bertocci, RE Ricker

S Chechirlian, M Keddam, H Takenouti

F Mansfeld, H Shih, H Greene, CH Tsai

PR Roberge

KC Stewart, DG Kolman, SR Taylor

RG Kelly, AJ Young, RC Newman

P Agarwal, ME Orazem, LH Garcia-Rubio

C Gabrielli, M Keddam, H Takenouti

BJ Dougherty, SI Smedley

S Turgoose, RA Cottis

DC Silverman

ST Hirozawa, DE Turcotte

H Hack, H Pickering

AN Rothwell, JL Dawson, DA Eden, JW Palmer

JL Dawson, GE Thompson, MBH Ahmadun

JR Scully

F Mansfeld, Y Wang, SH Lin, H Xiao, H Shih

PR Roberge, E Halliop, S Yousri

GRT Schueller, SR Taylor

S Sudo, S Haruyama

SC Kranc, AA Sagüés

MI Jafar, JL Dawson, DG John

MW Kendig, S Jeanjaquet, J Lumsden

WS Tait, KA Handrich, SW Tait, JW Martin

S Feliu, R Barajas, JM Bastidas, M Morcillo, S Feliu

RD Granata, KJ Kovaleski

P Kamarchik

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Developed by Committee: G01
Pages: 484
DOI: 10.1520/STP1188-EB
ISBN-EB: 978-0-8031-5240-3
ISBN-13: 978-0-8031-1861-4