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005 M), the low frequency impedance values were around 108 V cm2 and remained nearly constant with time (Fig. 1A). 5 M), the impedance values were above 107 V cm2 initially, but then decreased, attaining values of around 106 V cm2 after 1 week of immersion (Fig. 1B). For the most aggressive chloride solution, the increase in the phase angle in the low frequency range, after 2 days of immersion, coincided with the onset of corrosion. In fact, at the end of the tests, some signs of corrosion activity could be observed on the pre-treated surface in the form of small pits [61].

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