Zairyo-to-Kankyo
Online ISSN : 1881-9664
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Corrosion Protection of Steel by Calcareous Electrodeposition in Seawater (Part 5)
Packing Structure of CaCO3 and Mg(OH)2 Particles in Double Layers of the Deposit
Kenichi AkamineNorifumi MaruyamaIsamu Kashiki
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2004 Volume 53 Issue 10 Pages 495-501

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A new method was proposed of analyzing the double layers structures of calcareous deposit films formed on the surface of steel cathodically polarized in seawater. The method was based on the assumption that pore-water in the deposits should be distributed between the layers according to the difference of their water-affinities. From the assumption, various structural factors concerning the double layers in the deposits were derived. In order to examine the validity of the theoretical model for analyzing the double layers structures, calcareous deposit films with various Ca/Mg compositions was prepared through either varying hydrodynamic state of seawater around the cathode or diluting seawater under a constant cathodic current density and temperature. The application of the above model to these deposits proved the validity of the model to analyze the double layers structures.

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