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Pourbaix diagram

[¦pu̇r‚bā ′dī·ə‚gram]
(metallurgy)
A plot of potential versus pH used to predict the thermodynamic tendency of a metal to corrode.
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Following the discussion, Brent Booker, Secretary-Treasurer of North America's Building Trades Unions, and Tom Villanova, President of the Chicago and Cook County Building and Construction Trades Council, joined Darrell Roberts, Executive Director of Helmets to Hardhats, and Alex Pourbaix, TransCanada Executive Vice President, for a tour of the Chicagoland Laborers District Council Training Center where U.
Alex Pourbaix, president of energy and oil pipelines, announced at a news conference that the company had started delivering U.
Nicolas Pourbaix, The Future Scope of Application of Article 346 TFEU,
With Alberta oil production projected to increase by almost 3 MMbpd over the next 15 years, it is important to have the right infrastructure in place to move these resources safely and reliably to market at the right time," said Alex Pourbaix, TransCanada's president of energy and oil pipelines.
When we talk main line we are talking Hardisty east, but obviously we want to provide a full path to shippers,' says Alex Pourbaix, president of TransCanada's oil pipeline division.
Pourbaix, Atlas of Electrochemistry Equilibrium Diagrams in Aqueous Solutions", NACE, Houston, Texas, 499 (1966).
It was extremely generous of The Register-Guard to give Alex Pourbaix, president of TransCanada Pipeline, a free commercial for the proposed Keystone XL pipeline ("Oil pipeline safe path to energy independence," May 20).
Pourbaix said, the US would become more dependent on oil-producing nations.
2] formation in alkaline conditions will also be easier for thermodynamic as in the Pourbaix diagram, which is only 0.
John Pourbaix, executive director of Construction Industries of Massachusetts, a trade organization that represents many of the contractors who do business with the state, said several factors affect the bottom line in almost all construction projects.
This was influenced by urban planners and researchers who are looking for a better coordination between the land and transport planning and investment in it (Pinto, Pourbaix 2007).