Interaction of the Linear-Connected Pittings

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In this work, the mechanism of interaction of pittings, occurring on the heterogeneous surface of the passivated metal at presence in an aqueous electrolyte solution the activating (halide) anions is developed. A mathematical scheme describing this mechanism is presented. The equations for the currents density of the anodic dissolution of pitting as a function of concentration of activating anions and free water are obtained. The closed system of the equations representing a basis theory of an interaction of pittings is obtained.

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Mouhammad, S. (2015) Interaction of the Linear-Connected Pittings. Journal of Materials Science and Chemical Engineering, 3, 1-6. doi: 10.4236/msce.2015.34001.

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