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Cathodic Protection 1.0 Introduction

Cathodic protection (CP) is a technique used to control the corrosion of a metal surface by making it the cathode of an electrochemical cell. A simple method of protection connects the metal to be protected to a more easily corroded "sacrificial metal" to act as the anode.Common applications are fuel pipelines, steel water pipelines etc.

2.0 Objectives.

The students are able to understand the concept of cathodic protection by i. Sacrificial anode. ii. Impressed current

3.0 Theory

In a galvanic series for a particular medium, metals which have more positive electrode potentials will act as cathodes while those which have less positive or more negative potentials will become anodes. Table 6.1 shows a galvanic series of metals and alloys in seawater.
In order to protect a metal from corrosion, it should be coupled with another metal of more negative electrode potential. The metal which acts as an anode will corrode. This method is called corrosion protection by sacrificial anode. A metal might be also protected by forcing the electrode potential to be more positive to become cathode. It is achieved by supplying cathodic current to the metal. This method also known as cathodic protection by impressed current.

4.0 Materials and Apparatus.

1. DC voltmeter and ammeter 2. Salt solution, 3% NaCl (30g NaCl in 1000ml solution) 3. Salt solution, 1% NaCl (10g NaCl in 1000ml solution) 4. 0.5N H2SO4 5. Two 250ml beakers 6. Zinc, steel, aluminium and platinum plates. 7. One saturated calomel electrode (SCE) 8. A rheostat 9. A 12 DC power supply.

5.0 Experiment Method

6.1 Corrosion protection by sacrificial anode.

a) The beaker was filled with 200ml of 3% NaCl solution. b) A steel plate was immersed into the solution and was connected to SCE as shown on Figure 6.1 c) The…...

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