Problem: Which, if any, of the following metals could be connected to an iron pipe to act as a sacrificial anode to help prevent corrosion of the pipe? Hint: See the attached activity series/E ̊red tables. a) Copper b) Nickel c) Aluminum d) Silver e) More than one of the above

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Which, if any, of the following metals could be connected to an iron pipe to act as a sacrificial anode to help prevent corrosion of the pipe? Hint: See the attached activity series/E ̊red tables.

a) Copper

b) Nickel

c) Aluminum

d) Silver

e) More than one of the above

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