Basic Corrosion Ch. 3

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Basic Corrosion Ch. 3
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  1. How conditions must exist for metal corrosion to occur?
    Four
  2. What is the most common type of corrosion?
    Uniform Surface corrosion
  3. This occurs when different metals are in contact with each other?
    Galvanic Corrosion
  4. What corrosion is extremely localized attack that results in holes in the metal?
    Pitting Corrosion
  5. What corrosion attacks the grain boundaries of the metal?
    Intergranular Corrosion
  6. What corrosion is an advance fom of intergranular corrosion?
    Exfoliation Corrosion
  7. What corrosion can occur when stagnant solution has pooled?
    Crevice Corrosion
  8. What corrosion forms wormlike traces beneath the surface?
    Filiform Corrosion
  9. What corrosion is the increase in the rate of attack on a metal due to corrosive fluid on surface?
    Erosion Corrosion
  10. The intergranular or transgranular cracking of metal caused by tensile stress and corrosion.
    Stress Corrosion
  11. The cracking of metals caused by the combined effects of cyclic stress and corrosion
    Corrosion Fatique
  12. What corrosion occurs at the contact areas between materials under load subject to repeated vibration.
    Fretting Corrosion
  13. What does the corrosion product of aluminum alloy look like?
    White to gray powder
  14. What does the corrosion product of magnesium alloy look like?
    Whate, powdery, snowlike mounds, and white spots on surface
  15. What does the corrosion product of carbon & low alloy steel look like?
    Reddish-brown oxide (rust)
  16. What does the corrosion product of Stainless Steels look like?
    Rough surface; sometimes a red, brown, or black stain
  17. What does the corrosion product of Titanium Alloy look like?
    No visisble corrosion. Colored surface oxides develop over 700 degree F
  18. What does the corrosion product of Cadmium look like?
    From white powdery deposit to brown to black mottling of the surface.
  19. What does the corrosion product of Nickel-base Alloy (Inconel, Monel) look like?
    Green powdery deposit
  20. What does the corrosion product of Copper-base Alloy, Brass, Bronze look like?
    Blue or green powdery deposit
  21. What does the corrosion product of SIlver look like?
    Brown to black film
  22. What does the corrosion product of Gold look like?
    Deposits cause darkening of reflective surfaces
  23. What does the corrosion product of Tin look like?
    Whisker-like deposits
  24. What type of corrosion is Aluminum Alloy susceptible to?
    Surface pitting, intergranular, exfoliation, stress corrosion and fatigue cracking, and fretting.
  25. What type of corrosion is Magnesium Alloy susceptible to?
    High susceptible to pitting
  26. What type of corrosion is Carbon and Low Alloy Steel susceptible to?
    Surface oxidation and pitting; surface and intergranular corrosion
  27. What type of corrosion is Stainless steel susceptible to?
    crevice corrosion
  28. What type of corrosion is Titanium Alloy susceptible to?
    Titanium is highly corrosion resistant
  29. What type of corrosion is Cadmium sussceptible to?
    Uniform surface corrosion?
  30. What type of corrosion is Chromium susceptible to?
    Pitting
  31. What type of corrosion is Nickel-base Alloy susceptible to?
    Generally good corrosion resistant; susceptible to pitting in sea water.
  32. What type of corrosion is Electroless Nickel susceptible to?
    Pitting and flaking of surface plating
  33. What type of corrosion are Copper-base Alloy, Brass, and Bronze susceptible to?
    Surface and intergranular corrosion
  34. What type of corrosion is Silver susceptible to?
    Will tarnish in presence of sulfur
  35. What type of corrosion is Gold susceptible to?
    Highly corrosion resistant
  36. What type of corrosion is Tin susceptible to?
    Subject to Whisker growth

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