Anode weight loss and polarization studies of brass in nitric, hydrochloric and sulphuric acids indicate that the copper dissolves in the cuprous state in hydrochloric acid whereas it is in cupric form in the other two acids. In nitric acid the local cell corrosion is completely stopped, when made sufficiently anodic showing a positive difference effect.
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