The Electrolytic Corrosion of Some Metals: A Thesis (Classic Reprint)
It will be seen that, in many cases, the percentage corrosion exceeded the theoretical value, 100. This may be accounted for by mechanical disintegration and by local action be tween impurities in the zinc and pure zinc, and by zinc in different physical states. Examination of the precipitates for metallic particles showed that the loss due to this cause was very small and will not account for the excess corrosion. Doubtless, part of this excess corrosion was due to local action and there is a faint possibility that some of the metal may dissolve with a lower valence than two which would, of course, increase its electrochemical equivalent.
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