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Corrosion is a natural irreversible chemical reaction in which chemically-active metals convert from their pure state to corroded substances, in the presence of moisture or air.
Corrosion Examples And Reactions
These are the factors that cause corrosion:
Corrosion is one of the most common chemical reactions that happen in our everyday life. It happens when metals react or are acted upon by other substances like oxygen, acids, moisture, etc.
Corrosion can be prevented by methods like painting, galvanizing, anodizing, alloying, and chrome-plating.
Corrosion is the degradation of reactive metals, and you need to study it in class 10 in Chemistry as this is a natural process and needs to be prevented.
The best three ways to prevent corrosion are painting, alloying and chrome-plating.
Rust is a common example of corrosion. Silver turning black and copper turning green are other two common examples.
Aluminum is the only reactive metal that does not corrode. A protective layer on the surface prevents it from corrosion.
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