18.8 Corrosion and Combustion

Corrosion and Combustion

Corrosion and combustion are both oxidation-reduction reactions where oxygen typically serves as the reducing agent. Duration: 9:04. Mobile Link: http://bcove.me/o92g55by

Electroplating to Protect Metals

Electroplating is the process whereby energy is used to force a metal to give up electrons. The metal ions that form then pick up electrons at some surface where they reform the metal atoms and thus form a thin coat of metal. Duration: 5:52.

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Combustion: Oxidation of Nonmetals

Combustion is a process whereby a nonmetallic material, such as paper, oxidizes (loses electrons) with the release of lots of energy. Typically, the reagent responsible for gaining the electrons is the oxygen in our atmosphere. Duration: 7:45.

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