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The Corrometer™ provides a convenient, easy to use, reliable and robust method for monitoring corrosion.

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Paul Jaeger Published Articles
Title Authors Objectives Publishing Host Year
In-Situ Oxidation Measurements for Copper Using the Quartz Crystal Microbalance Coupled with Resistance Measurements Using An Atmospheric Corrosion Monitor P. Jaeger, W. Smyrl Correlated metal oxide growth from QCM data to that of a resistance probe. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 1996
VCI's For Mitigating Electronic Corrosion P. Jaeger, C. Chandler, B. Miksic Inhibitor study on metals commonly found in the electronics industry. US Navy shipboard corrosion results in conjunction with Quartz Crystal Microbalance results as well as Rhorback Cossaco's ACM 610 electrical resistance measurements. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 1996
Characterization of Volatile Corrosion Inhibitors Using the Quartz Crystal Microbalance and Supporting Techniques P. Jaeger, M. Alodan, W. Smyrl A test method using a nanogram mass detection device that measured real mass changes due to the amount of oxidation of metals. This is a way to quantify how much an inhibitor could reduce metal oxidation. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 1997
An Investigation Into The Inhibition of Different VCIs For the Protection of Aluminum 2024 In the Presence of H2S and SO2 P. Jaeger, L. Garfias, W. Smyrl Results on VCI's used to protect aluminum in the presence of sour atmosphere's. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 1998
A Novel Technique to Studying the Effect of a VCI P. Jaeger, M. Buchler, L. Garfias Four point probe method used to characterize the corrosion rates of copper in SO2 and H2S environments. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 1999
Galvanic Corrosion Behavior Experienced with Changing Electrolytes Affecting Material's Reliability in Computers and Micro Electronics D.H. Hughes, P. Jaeger National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 2001
A New Environmentally Sustainable Disk Drive Recording Head Coating P. Jaeger, M. Jesh, M Parent, K. Werner Fluorpolymer coating used to protect magnetic media recording heads from accumulating disc lube in their air bearing cavities which could cause them to crash. Diskcon 2001
Adsorbed Inhibitor Fragments Observed on Alloyed Thin Films Identified by TOF-SIMS P. Jaeger Time-of-Flight Secondary Ion Mass Spectroscopy TOFSIMS was used to identify the different fragmented species associated with the adsorption of a triazole based inhibitor on alloyed thin films. Copper, cobalt- iron, nickel-manganese, and nickel-iron alloyed films were immersed in an inhibited. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 2001
Four-Point Probe P. Jaeger, M. Buchler, L. Garfias Measured corrosion rates of copper in H2S and SO2 environments with and without VCI's. Materials Performance, NACE 2001
A Novel Corrometer Sensor for Monitoring and Identifying Atmospheric Corrosion of Electronics and Critical Components that can Aid in Optimizing Military Periodic Maintenance, Readiness and the Reliability of such equipment. P. Jaeger A new type of electrical resistance atmospheric corrosion sensor is described that was tested in-situ with a printed circuit board (PCB). Electrical resistance changes are reported per changes in decreasing electrode thickness that support thickness losses due to corrosion. National Association of Corrosion Engineers (NACE) 2002