By Christopher D. Taylor, Philippe Marcus
Presents possibilities for making major advancements in fighting destructive results that may be because of corrosion
- Describes techniques of molecular modeling within the context of fabrics corrosion
- Includes contemporary examples of purposes of molecular modeling to corrosion phenomena through the text
- Details how molecular modeling can provide insights into the multitude of interconnected and complicated tactics that include the corrosion of metals
- Covered purposes comprise diffusion and electron move at metal/electrolyte interfaces, Monte Carlo simulations of corrosion, corrosion inhibition, interrogating floor chemistry, and homes of passive films
- Presents present demanding situations and sure advancements during this box for the future
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In addition to providing a microscopic tool for observing the outcomes of physicochemical processes in extraordinary detail, molecular dynamics simulations can, in principle, provide a valuable technique for obtaining thermodynamic variables and rate constants via integration over selected portions of the molecular dynamics trajectory. Several techniques have been recently employed that allow this kind of analysis, even with the present limitations regarding length and timescales, such as time-accelerated molecular dynamics [228, 229].
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