Published Research - Department of Chemistry

 

Date of this Version

2007

Citation

JOM 59:10 (2007), pp. 14-18

Comments

This document is a U.S. government work and is not subject to copyright in the United States.

Abstract

The assessment of corrosion on the USS Arizona included the pioneering development of a minimum-impact cost-effective technique to determine the corrosion rate of steel-hulled shipwrecks in seawater. The technique, with potential application worldwide, is illustrated in this paper with the application to a World War II Japanese midget submarine submerged in deep waters off the Oahu, Hawaii, coast.

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