In the first part of this article the general background to the solution of corrosion problems was discussed. In this part an attempt has been made to explain the procedures for collecting information to solve practical problems. This can only be an attempt as there are so many variables involved that it is impossible to cover all the computations to be encountered in practice. However, a general skeleton procedure can be laid down to cover as many instances as possible.
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