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What is Cathodic Protection? - Applied Chemistry 2

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Definition

What is cathodic protection?

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Solution

In this process base metal is forced to behave like a cathode either by connecting it with some more active metal or by using impressed current in order to protect it from corrosion. It can be explained by considering the corrosion of metal M in acid environment.

Concept: Cathodic Protection Impressed Current Method
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