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VIDEO: The Basics of Corrosion and Protection

By Corrosionpedia Staff
Published: April 17, 2018 | Last updated: March 11, 2021 08:56:26
Key Takeaways

Metals are considered corroded when they react with water and/or oxygen in the air.

When it comes to protecting major infrastructure, corrosion prevention can get very complicated. Even so, the most basic principles of corrosion are quite simple. This video from The Fuse School explains why certain metals corrode faster than others do, and how a metal's reactivity can be used as a method of preventing corrosion as well.



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