Cathodic corrosion protection. Cathodic corrosion is defined as the corrosion occurring of a metal which, in an electrolytic cell, forms the cathode. This type of corrosion is discussed in detail and a number of valuable data about loss of material due to corrosion, current densities, etc., are given for a variety of conditions.W. Thury, Werkstoffe & Korrosion, 1954, 5 3, 8487.
Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials – Emerald Publishing
Published: Jul 1, 1954