Corrosion Vs Oxidation: Differences?


by koolraj09
Tags: corrosion, differences, oxidation
koolraj09
koolraj09 is offline
#1
Dec31-13, 12:59 AM
P: 120
Hi guys,
Until now I thought that oxidation and corrosion are the same. But I am not sure. Are they one and the same?
Why oxidation at high temperatures is important? How does that reduce part life?
Thanks.
Phys.Org News Partner Chemistry news on Phys.org
Space-tested fluid flow concept advances infectious disease diagnoses
New, more versatile version of Geckskin: Gecko-like adhesives now useful for real world surfaces
Researcher develops novel wastewater treatment fabric
Borek
Borek is offline
#2
Dec31-13, 04:31 AM
Admin
Borek's Avatar
P: 22,671
Not every corrosion requires an oxidation, and not every oxidation counts as corrosion.

But quite often they go hand in hand.


Register to reply

Related Discussions
Corrosion and pH Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework 1
Corrosion by air Mechanical Engineering 6
corrosion experiment Biology, Chemistry & Other Homework 1
Corrosion and EMF Series Chemistry 3
additive that can be used in cleaning water and detergent General Engineering 12