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Materials Degradation

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1) With reference to electrochemical corrosion, explain the following phenomena:

i) Anodic Polarization
ii) Cathodic Polarization

2) What are two degradation mechanisms that are the responsible for the loss in molecular weight of polymeric materials?

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