CSMC scientists develop way to predict metal dissolution

“Researchers at Oregon State University and the University of California, Berkeley, have developed a new computational method that combines two techniques to make predictions faster, less costly and more effective

The findings, published in Nature Communications, could have a wide range of applications, including in the design of bridges and aircraft engines, both of which are susceptible to corrosion.”


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Publication: Group additivity-Pourbaix diagrams advocate thermodynamically stable nanoscale clusters in aqueous environments

Wills, L. A.; Qu, X.; Chang, I.-Y.; Mustard, T. J. L.; Keszler, D. A.; Persson, K. A.; Cheong, P. H.-Y. Group additivity-Pourbaix diagrams advocate thermodynamically stable nanoscale clusters in aqueous environments. 2017, 8, 15852. http://dx.doi.org/10.1038/ncomms15852