Since its inception in 1989, scanning electrochemical microscopy (SECM) has been used to investigate the localized corrosion of systems with high spatial and temporal resolution. This includes but is not limited to a study of pitting initiation and propagation, surface microstructure, and electron transfer kinetics. The effectiveness of various protection schemes including coatings, inhibitors, and treatments has also been assessed. A comprehensive review of corrosion papers involving SECM from 1993 to present has been compiled with works broken down according to the metal and protection strategy used.

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