Zinc is highly reactive in all kinds of environments and has a natural tendency to form different types of corrosion products with different corrosion rates. Electrochemical studies typically use a conventional three-electrode setup to study the mechanisms and propose advanced corrosion models. However, for certain electrochemical applications a two-electrode configuration is more suitable. In particular, the analysis of atmospheric corrosion with microelectrodes under very thin electrolyte layers would benefit from such a configuration. In this investigation, a two-electrode configuration was compared with a conventional three-electrode cell to study the corrosion behavior of zinc.
Shwe Wut Hmon Aye (2018); Electrochemical Characterization of Corrosion Behavior of Zinc in Different Sodium Chloride Solution by comparing Two Electrode and Three Electrode Setups; International Journal of Scientific and Research Publications (IJSRP)
8(9) (ISSN: 2250-3153), DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.29322/IJSRP.8.9.2018.p8122