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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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Mount Royal's new board chair, Alex Pourbaix, is president and CEO of Cenovus Energy.
'Through focused operations and disciplined capital allocation, we have materially improved our balance sheet and achieved a very important milestone,' said Alex Pourbaix, Cenovus President & Chief Executive Officer.
(16.) Pourbaix A, Ouali N, Soussan P, Roque Afonso AM, Peraldi MN, Rondeau E, et al.
We are moving towards consideration of the Pourbaix Diagrams which are extremely useful for studying corrosion and related problems.
Cenovus President & CEO Alex Pourbaix said, "As a prudent response to the current transportation and pricing environment, we've been operating our Christina Lake and Foster Creek facilities at reduced production levels since February while continuing to inject steam at normal rates." Cenovus continues to expect full-year oil sands volumes for 2018 to be within the company's guidance range of 364K-382K barrels per day.
At these potentials and according to Pourbaix diagrams [40], Co, Fe, and Ni are active species while Cr is passive.
Nesic, "Construction and verification of pourbaix diagrams for hydrogen sulfide corrosion of mild steel," in Proceedings of the NACE --International Corrosion Conference Series, Dallas, Tex, USA, 2015.
Pourbaix diagrams for the systems Ru-[H.sub.2]O and Ru-[Cl.sup.-]-[H.sub.2]O," Journal of Electrochemical Science and Engineering, vol.
According to the diagram of Pourbaix [34], at pH less than 4, [Al.sup.3+] ions are expected, and between 4 and 8, there may be passivation by [Al.sub.2][O.sub.3].
Pourbaix, "Applications of electrochemistry in corrosion science and in practice," Corrosion Science, vol.
Canadian oil sands company Cenovus Energy said it would cut an additional 15 per cent of its workforce and lower operating expenses as new chief executive, Alex Pourbaix, seeks to aggressively reduce costs and lower debt.