There were several suggestions for solving the problem:
Polarization is the change of potential from a stabilized state, from the open-circuit electrode potential as the result of the passage of current. It also refers to the change in the potential of an electrode during electrolysis, such that the potential of an anode becomes more noble, and that of a cathode more active, than their respective reversible potentials. Often accomplished by the formation of a film on the electrode surface.
the Polarization Curve for the 1008 steel will be somewhere in the green circle; it will look like the Mg curve but with a higher potential at the passivation area. The resulting current is proportional to the amount of surface exposed to rust, i.e. "clean" surface, Then divide the primary Current by the second Current
In past decades, polymeric micropillar devices have gained a great deal of attention in micro and nano technology research as the result of their potential and practical usage in many applications. This project is going to deal with the process of how to fabricate the magnetic micropillars, from the beginning â the planning and design, improving the existing process, lithography to create the base silicon mold and then creating the PDMS pillars that contains nano magnetic particles of Fe_3 O_4, the process today is not efficient enough in terms of cost and time and we are wishing to improve it, in the end we will have a device with micro-pillars that can move correspondingly to external magnetic field which will help us to do many advanced experiments in the biology field like using the device for cell stimulation.