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VU21218 Material Science

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Due:

Review Questions # 1.

17 March 2016, no late submissions accepted.

10 % of total assessment.
Name:

Student Number:

Question

Marks
allocated

1

18

2

4

3

9

4

4

5

4

6

4

7

3

8

4

9

3

10

8

11

6

12

5

13

3

14

8
Total

Q1.

Marks obtained

83

Define the following:

a. Electron.

(2 Marks)

b. Proton.

(2 Marks)

c. Neutron.

(2 Marks)

d. Nucleus.

(2 Marks)

e. Atomic mass.
f.

(2 Marks)

Atomic number.

(2 Marks)

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(1 Marks) b. Briefly explain stress corrosion? (3 Marks) Q14. Metallic. List and briefly describe corrosion protection methods? Marks) 2 (8 . Isotope. (1 Marks) Q5. What is the basis of the Periodic Table? (4 Marks) Q3. (2 Marks) h.g. (1 Marks) c. Covalent. Using Electrode Potential calculations show why Gold does not corrode in water and Zinc does? (6 Marks) Q12. (3 Marks) b. What is passivation? (4 Marks) Q9. Valence electrons. List and define the main types of corrosion? Q7. What is a sacrificial anode? (5 Marks) Q13. (1 Marks) d. Mercury. Ion. (2 Marks) i. List and describe each of the key elements required for wet corrosion? (8 Marks) Q11. How does the volume of oxidation layer or corrosion product vary with time as temperature increases? (3 Marks) Q8. (3 Marks) c. Gold. Tungsten. Chemically. What is the melting point of the following metals? a. Iron. Ionic. What is corrosion? (4 Marks) Q6. how is a metal oxide formed? (3 Marks) (4 Marks) Q10. (2 Marks) Q2. Describe and explain the differences between the following forms of atomic bonds: a. (3 Marks) Q4.