Document Type : Original Research Article

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Department of Environmental Engineering-Water and Wastewater Engineering, Qatar University, Qatar

10.22034/jeires.2021.278003.1032

Abstract

Corrosion reactions are often complex heterogeneous reactions that are accelerated by the interaction of factors such as a) ordinary kinetic considerations (such as activation energy), b) the chemical composition of the electrolyte, c) the mass transfer between the electrolyte and the metal surface. D) Different surface effects such as surface adsorption, repellency and surface hardness are identified. The interactions between these factors make it difficult to reproduce electrochemical data or the exact conditions that cause a metal to be eaten. These are experimental factors that should be considered when testing corrosion (measurements) and test batteries. Ignoring these factors can produce data that do not provide the true corrosion behavior of the test metal under study. In this paper, the relationship between inherent corrosion measurement errors and suggestions on how to handle the variability of electro data A chemical solution is provided.

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Optimization of corrosion information in oil and gas wells using electrochemical experiments

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