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1Lecture -1: Introduction to corrosion - IDownload
2Lecture-2: Introduction to corrosion - IIDownload
3Lecture-3: Types and forms of corrosion Download
4Lecture-4: Uniform and Galvanic corrosion Download
5Lecture-5: Crevice and Pitting corrosionDownload
6Lecture-6 Forms of corrosion: Explanation with ExamplesDownload
7Lecture-7 Electrochemical Nature of Corrosion and its Thermodynamics Download
8Lecture-8 Thermodynamics aspects of corrosion-IDownload
9Lecture-9 Thermodynamics aspects of corrosion-IIDownload
10Lecture-10 Thermodynamics aspects ofcorrosion-III Download
11Lecture-11: Relation Between Free Energy and Equilibrium ConstantDownload
12Lecture-12: Derivation of Nernst EquationDownload
13Lecture-13: Standard Reduction Potential Series for Pure MetalsDownload
14Lecture-14: Reduction Potentials in Acidic and Neutral SolutionsDownload
15Lecture-15: Nernst equation in terms of pHDownload
16Lecture-16: Limitations of Standard Reduction Potential Series of Pure Metals Download
17Lecture-17: Concentration Cell Formation and Galvanic SeriesDownload
18Lecture-18: Examples of Concentration cell and Spontaneity of Corrosion ProcessDownload
19Lecture-19: Spontaneity of Corrosion Process and Introduction to Pourbaix DiagramDownload
20Lecture-20: Construction of Pourbaix DiagramDownload
21Lecture 21-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-I Download
22Lecture 22-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-IIDownload
23Lecture 23-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-IIIDownload
24Lecture 24- Pourbaix diagram of Ni-H2O and AI-H2O Download
25Lecture 25-Inferences from Pourbaix diagram of Fe-H2O and AI-H2O Download
26Lecture 26 : Estimation of Corrosion Rate - IDownload
27Lecture 27: Estimation of Corrosion Rate - IIDownload
28Lecture 28: Estimation of corrosion Rate -IIIDownload
29Lecture 29: Exchange current DensityDownload
30Lecture 30: Exchange current Density and Standard hydrogen electrodeDownload
31Lecture 31: Electrical Double Layer and PolarizationDownload
32Lecture 32: Correlation between Current Density and OvervoltageDownload
33Lecture 33: Introduction to Buttler-Volmer EquationDownload
34Lecture 34: Derivation of Tafel EquationDownload
35Lecture 35: Tafel Plot and Activation PolarizationDownload
36lecture-36 Activation polarization, concentration polarization and total polarizationDownload
37Lecture-37 Summary of concentration polarization (CP) and introduction to mixed potential theory-IDownload
38Lecture-38 Mixed potential theory-IIDownload
39Lecture-39 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IDownload
40Lecture 40 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IIDownload
41Lecture 41 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IIIDownload

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1Lecture -1: Introduction to corrosion - IDownload
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2Lecture-2: Introduction to corrosion - IIDownload
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3Lecture-3: Types and forms of corrosion Download
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4Lecture-4: Uniform and Galvanic corrosion Download
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5Lecture-5: Crevice and Pitting corrosionDownload
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6Lecture-6 Forms of corrosion: Explanation with ExamplesDownload
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7Lecture-7 Electrochemical Nature of Corrosion and its Thermodynamics Download
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8Lecture-8 Thermodynamics aspects of corrosion-IDownload
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9Lecture-9 Thermodynamics aspects of corrosion-IIDownload
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10Lecture-10 Thermodynamics aspects ofcorrosion-III Download
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11Lecture-11: Relation Between Free Energy and Equilibrium ConstantDownload
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12Lecture-12: Derivation of Nernst EquationDownload
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13Lecture-13: Standard Reduction Potential Series for Pure MetalsDownload
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14Lecture-14: Reduction Potentials in Acidic and Neutral SolutionsDownload
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15Lecture-15: Nernst equation in terms of pHDownload
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16Lecture-16: Limitations of Standard Reduction Potential Series of Pure Metals Download
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17Lecture-17: Concentration Cell Formation and Galvanic SeriesDownload
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18Lecture-18: Examples of Concentration cell and Spontaneity of Corrosion ProcessDownload
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19Lecture-19: Spontaneity of Corrosion Process and Introduction to Pourbaix DiagramDownload
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20Lecture-20: Construction of Pourbaix DiagramDownload
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21Lecture 21-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-I Download
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22Lecture 22-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-IIDownload
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23Lecture 23-Construction of Pourbaix diagram for Ni-H2O system-IIIDownload
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24Lecture 24- Pourbaix diagram of Ni-H2O and AI-H2O Download
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25Lecture 25-Inferences from Pourbaix diagram of Fe-H2O and AI-H2O Download
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26Lecture 26 : Estimation of Corrosion Rate - IDownload
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27Lecture 27: Estimation of Corrosion Rate - IIDownload
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28Lecture 28: Estimation of corrosion Rate -IIIDownload
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29Lecture 29: Exchange current DensityDownload
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30Lecture 30: Exchange current Density and Standard hydrogen electrodeDownload
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31Lecture 31: Electrical Double Layer and PolarizationDownload
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32Lecture 32: Correlation between Current Density and OvervoltageDownload
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33Lecture 33: Introduction to Buttler-Volmer EquationDownload
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34Lecture 34: Derivation of Tafel EquationDownload
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35Lecture 35: Tafel Plot and Activation PolarizationDownload
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36lecture-36 Activation polarization, concentration polarization and total polarizationDownload
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37Lecture-37 Summary of concentration polarization (CP) and introduction to mixed potential theory-IDownload
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38Lecture-38 Mixed potential theory-IIDownload
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39Lecture-39 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IDownload
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40Lecture 40 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IIDownload
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41Lecture 41 Understanding of mixed potential theory through the case studies and events of corrosion-IIIDownload
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