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Understanding Corrosion through Interface Characterisation

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Corrosion is of huge concern in almost all industry sectors, costing time, money, and even lives. Given this importance, a great deal of effort is directed towards thwarting corrosion, with activity ranging from implementation of practical engineering solutions to studies aimed at gaining mechanistic understanding. In this talk, I will discuss research undertaken in my group targeting the latter area. I will present work to clarify the functionality of corrosion inhibitors, to identify scales formed in oilfield environments, and to determine the surface structure of model stainless steel surface films as a function of environment.

This talk is part of the Institute for Energy and Environmental Flows (IEEF) series.

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