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Carbonation-induced reinforcement corrosion is typically repaired using isolated patch repairs, which are mainly long lasting and durable, but the successful repair of chloride-induced corrosion is notoriously difficult because of the tendency for new corrosion cells to form at the boundary of the repair. This mechanism is called 'incipient anode effect'...

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