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Old February 25, 2013, 07:09 PM
Masteroderus Masteroderus is offline
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Good sir, if a reaction is spontaneous it proceeds regardless of the presence of DC current. Electrostatic forces are not equivalent to dc current nor does it matter. Aluminium and copper will interact in an aqueous medium; I am not contesting this, I am asserting this.

Corrosion inhibition does work.

Does anyone own a h100 or a h50 or a h80? They are all aluminum/copper systems.


Edit: Also, deionized water is a very very good insulator. It will not conduct electricity without dissolved ions. It does not contain dissolved ions by definition as it is deionized water.
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