Microbiologically influenced copper corrosion in potable water with emphasis on practical relevance

@article{Wagner2004MicrobiologicallyIC,
  title={Microbiologically influenced copper corrosion in potable water with emphasis on practical relevance},
  author={Doris Wagner and A N Chamberlain},
  journal={Biodegradation},
  year={2004},
  volume={8},
  pages={177-187}
}
The physical and chemical properties of biofilms, incombination with metabolic and degradation products ofbiological origin, influence the nature and localchemistry of the aqueous phase at the copper/biofilmphase boundary. The pitting susceptibility of copperis determined by this change of water composition atthe copper/biofilm phase boundary and is supported bythe mixture of solid corrosion products and thebiofilm at the copper surface. Several factors influence the susceptibility of copperto… CONTINUE READING

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