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The Resource The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests, L. L. Scribner and S. R. Taylor, editors, (electronic book)

The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests, L. L. Scribner and S. R. Taylor, editors, (electronic book)

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The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests
Title
The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests
Statement of responsibility
L. L. Scribner and S. R. Taylor, editors
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Subject
Genre
Language
eng
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Cataloging source
ASTM
LC call number
QD565
Nature of contents
patent document
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  • 1944-
  • 1953-
  • 1988
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  • Scribner, L. L.
  • Taylor, S. R.
  • ASTM Committee G-1 on Corrosion of Metals.
  • ASTM Committee G1.11 on Electrochemical Measurements in Testing.
  • Symposium on Ohmic Electrolyte Resistance Measurement and Compensation
Series statement
ASTM STP
Series volume
1056
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  • Electrolytes
  • Electric measurements
  • Electric resistance
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The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests, L. L. Scribner and S. R. Taylor, editors, (electronic book)
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Publication
Note
  • "Papers presented at the Symposium on Ohmic Electrolyte Resistance Measurement and Compensation, held at Baltimore, MD, 1988; sponsored by ASTM Committees G-1 on Corrosion of Metals and G1.11 on Electrochemical Measurements in Testing."-- Foreword
  • For off-campus access, use Internet Explorer or Firefox in the Web folder of Apps Anywhere - http://apps.liv.ac.uk
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Influence of electrolyte resistance on electrochemical measurements and procedures to minimize or compensate for resistance errors / Harvey P. Hack, Patrick J. Moran, and John R. Scully -- IR drop in electrochemical corrosion studies : part I : basic concepts and estimates of possible measurement errors / William C. Ehrhardt -- Critical comparisons of methods -- Theoretical problems related to Ohmic resistance compensation / Kemal Nisancioglu -- IR drop in electrochemical corrosion studies : part 2 : a multiple method IR compensation system / William C. Ehrhardt -- Determination and elimination of the uncompensated resistance in low conductivity media / Florian Mansfeld, Y.C. Chen, and H. Shih -- Mathematical approaches -- Correction of experimental data for the Ohmic potential drop corresponding to a secondary current distribution on a disk electrode / J. Matthew Esteban, Mark Lowry, and Mark E. Orazem. Application of numerical simulations to evaluate components of potential difference in solution / Vincent Farozic and Geoffrey Prentice -- Applications -- Ohmic compensation in desert soil using a Galvanostatic DC bridge / Daniel Abraham, -- Measurements of IR-drop free pipe-to-soil potentials on buried pipelines / Neil G. Thompson and John A. Beavers -- Elimination of IR error in measurements of corrosion in concrete / E. Escalante -- Comparison of current interruption and electrochemical impedance techniques in the determination of corrosion rates of steel in concrete / Neal S. Berke, Ding Feng Shen, and Kathleen M. Sundberg -- Measurement of the components of the Ohmic resistance in lithium-iodine (P2VP) batteries / C.C. Streinz, R. G. Kelly, P. J. Moran, J. Jolson, J. R. Waggoner, and S. Wicelinski . The importance of ohmic potential drop in crevice corrosion / Barbara A. Shaw
Control code
SCOPE0719
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unknown
Extent
[3], vi, 3, 5-225 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780803112834
Other physical details
ill., charts, diagrs., tables.
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote
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The measurement and correction of electrolyte resistance in electrochemical tests, L. L. Scribner and S. R. Taylor, editors, (electronic book)
Publication
Note
  • "Papers presented at the Symposium on Ohmic Electrolyte Resistance Measurement and Compensation, held at Baltimore, MD, 1988; sponsored by ASTM Committees G-1 on Corrosion of Metals and G1.11 on Electrochemical Measurements in Testing."-- Foreword
  • For off-campus access, use Internet Explorer or Firefox in the Web folder of Apps Anywhere - http://apps.liv.ac.uk
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references and indexes
Contents
Influence of electrolyte resistance on electrochemical measurements and procedures to minimize or compensate for resistance errors / Harvey P. Hack, Patrick J. Moran, and John R. Scully -- IR drop in electrochemical corrosion studies : part I : basic concepts and estimates of possible measurement errors / William C. Ehrhardt -- Critical comparisons of methods -- Theoretical problems related to Ohmic resistance compensation / Kemal Nisancioglu -- IR drop in electrochemical corrosion studies : part 2 : a multiple method IR compensation system / William C. Ehrhardt -- Determination and elimination of the uncompensated resistance in low conductivity media / Florian Mansfeld, Y.C. Chen, and H. Shih -- Mathematical approaches -- Correction of experimental data for the Ohmic potential drop corresponding to a secondary current distribution on a disk electrode / J. Matthew Esteban, Mark Lowry, and Mark E. Orazem. Application of numerical simulations to evaluate components of potential difference in solution / Vincent Farozic and Geoffrey Prentice -- Applications -- Ohmic compensation in desert soil using a Galvanostatic DC bridge / Daniel Abraham, -- Measurements of IR-drop free pipe-to-soil potentials on buried pipelines / Neil G. Thompson and John A. Beavers -- Elimination of IR error in measurements of corrosion in concrete / E. Escalante -- Comparison of current interruption and electrochemical impedance techniques in the determination of corrosion rates of steel in concrete / Neal S. Berke, Ding Feng Shen, and Kathleen M. Sundberg -- Measurement of the components of the Ohmic resistance in lithium-iodine (P2VP) batteries / C.C. Streinz, R. G. Kelly, P. J. Moran, J. Jolson, J. R. Waggoner, and S. Wicelinski . The importance of ohmic potential drop in crevice corrosion / Barbara A. Shaw
Control code
SCOPE0719
Dimensions
unknown
Extent
[3], vi, 3, 5-225 p.
Form of item
electronic
Isbn
9780803112834
Other physical details
ill., charts, diagrs., tables.
Reformatting quality
not applicable
Reproduction note
Electronic resource.
Specific material designation
remote

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