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Although steel corrosion in a SO 2 -containing atmospheric environment has been extensively investigated, its electrochemical behavior still needs to be addressed, especially when it coexists with CO 2 in a carbon capture, utilization and storage system. In this work, electrochemical experiments with 316L stainless steel corrosion in a CO 2 -saturated solution were conducted by adding different amounts of SO 2 to a solution at 25 °C under different pH conditions. The effect of SO 2 on thedoi:10.20964/2018.04.51 fatcat:2laxpdhuyrak7ii3qd2k7nn5x4