Proceedings PaperHolographic Interferometry Of A Polarized And Loaded Metallic Electrodes In Aqueous Solution
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A fundamental study on the effect of microscopic deformation on the corrosion behavior of a molybdenum electrode In 0.75 N Kcl solution has been conducted. The study was successful in developing a novel technique for studying the effects of microscopic deformation on corrosion. The development of the new technique Is established based on incorporation experimental methods of electrochemistry and with those of holographic interferometry. In other words, the new technique is capable of measuring microscopic deformation In term of interference fringes and the anodic dissolution current of the molybdenum electrode, simultaneously. As a result, a relationship between deformation and the anodic dissolution current is established.