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The most effective method for reduction of radio activity in BWR nuclear power plants is to remove the iron oxide deposits on the coolant pipes. The dissolution behavior of Fe304 deposited on the carbon steel were studied in the EDTA solution by means of cathodic polarization method. Dissolution rate of Fe304 was constant and dependent on the electrode potential in the lower range of the rest potential of carbon steel. The potential of the highest dissolution rate was -1.25V vs. SCE in thedoi:10.3323/jcorr1974.33.9_509 fatcat:cljrkiq2jjginl7hdvqcrojhwq