6 search results for “cathodic corrosion” in the Public website
Cathodic corrosion is a relatively unknown phenomenon that can severely etch metallic electrodes at cathodic (negative) potentials.
Drie ontdekkingen voor schonere en goedkopere brandstof
Hoe kunnen dure en zeldzame materialen beter worden gebruikt om schonere brandstof goedkoper te produceren? Onder leiding van Marc Koper, hoogleraar katalyse en oppervlaktechemie, publiceren internationale teams van wetenschappers 3 publicaties in Nature Communications.
Imaging complex model catalysts in action
From surface science towards industrial practice using high-pressure scanning tunneling microscopy.
Electrochemical and surface studies of the effect of naphthalene-based additives on tin electrodeposition
Tin electrodeposition applications have rapidly evolved in the past 25 years.
Risks to Health and the Environment Related to the Use of Lead in Products
The aim of this project was to estimate emissions from lead products-in-use for the past, the present and the future and assess the development of toxicological risks associated with these products.