Cathodic Protection of Steel in Various Chemical Solutions, Using Magnesium, Zinc, and Zinc-Lithium Anodes
R. R. ROGERS; W. R. G. STEWART
THE subject of cathodic protection is not new. In 1824 Sir Humphry Davy( 1 ) , in publishing the results of his investigations for the British navy, pointed out that copper could be protected from seawater corrosion by connecting it -electrically with zinc or iron.
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