Corrosion, Physics

A iron rod on the surface of the beach and other iron rod into the sea water which metal corrodes easily?
Ans) An iron rod on the surface of teh seawater because in sea it contains more salts like Na,k,Ca......these salts directly react with the metal surfaces automatically it corrodes very fastly but where as in beach water it doesn''t contain higher amount of these ions so that''s why it f corrodes very late as compared to the sea water

Posted Date: 3/8/2013 6:24:36 AM | Location : United States





IRON ROD CORRODES ON THE SURFACE OF BEACH BECAUSE THERE WILL BE MUCH OXYGEN AVAILABLE TO IT SO THAT IT MAY CHANGE TO Fe2O3 .WHICH WE CALL RUSTING

Posted by | Posted Date: 3/8/2013 6:25:30 AM

Iron rod corrodes easily in sea water because sea water mainly contain NaCl.

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