Monitoring Corrosion in Aquifer Thermal Storage Systems – Dr Oliver Opel, University of Applied Sciences Heide Germany
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This SciPod is a summary of the paper ‘Monitoring of microbially mediated corrosion and scaling processes using redox potential measurements’ in Bioelectrochemistry 97, 137 144.
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