Corrosion and Surface Science in Electrochemistry

According to a Global Industry Analysis the Corrosion Protective Coating Industry is expected to generate revenue of $19.5 billion by the end of 2022 only in the Asian countries. Electrochemistry serves as both the cause and solution for Corrosion. Ultrasonic testing, scanning electron microscope (SEM), Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS), X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS),and Scanning Kelvin Probe are the techniques used to  characterize the corrosion surface. Electrochemistry playing a key role in this industry needs to expand its horizons for enforcement of solutions via Electrochemical Interface Interaction for the Corrosion Protective Surface Coating. The electrochemical corrosion protective coating involves organic conductive polymers, multi-layer coatings, surfactants, CNT reinforcements, Sacrificial Coatings, Anodization, and Sacrificial Anode Protection by the engineering of materials.

  • Cathodic Protection, Passivation, corrosion inhibitors and metal plating
  • Electro Chemical Mineral Leaching
  • Electrochemical Interface Interaction

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