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oh do go on with the lame troll of poorly researched science. Using google and handbooks to make your post is doing it just like me. CopyCAT!
Better yet. Just tell me to STFU! You can kiss my ass if you like.
Josepi wrote:

Oh, really??? What, then, pray tell is oxidation???
Rust is Fe203, primarily an oxidation product of Fe and O2.

Which is, in fact, the case w/ virtually all water in contact w/ air as the solubility of O2 is reasonably high...
<http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/oxygen-solubility-water-d_841.html
Where does the air entrained in hot water come from you think???

Mostly because they have controls to prevent the introduction of additional air and maintenance practices to remove what is in them...
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Sorry dpb
Be aware that you have been trolled by the cyber bully gang that frequents here.
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Best of luck
Josepi wrote:

Oh, really??? What, then, pray tell is oxidation???
Rust is Fe203, primarily an oxidation product of Fe and O2.

Which is, in fact, the case w/ virtually all water in contact w/ air as the solubility of O2 is reasonably high...
<http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/oxygen-solubility-water-d_841.html
Where does the air entrained in hot water come from you think???

Mostly because they have controls to prevent the introduction of additional air and maintenance practices to remove what is in them...
<http://www.facilitiesnet.com/ms/articlePrint.asp?idF84
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Sorry djb I forgot to hand you the Message Identity for the post I made giving the list. here it is:
Some history I have made there? LOL LOL LOL LOL
Josepi wrote:

Oh, really??? What, then, pray tell is oxidation???
Rust is Fe203, primarily an oxidation product of Fe and O2.

Which is, in fact, the case w/ virtually all water in contact w/ air as the solubility of O2 is reasonably high...
<http://www.engineeringtoolbox.com/oxygen-solubility-water-d_841.html
Where does the air entrained in hot water come from you think???

Mostly because they have controls to prevent the introduction of additional air and maintenance practices to remove what is in them...
<http://www.facilitiesnet.com/ms/articlePrint.asp?idF84
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Oxidation is when a substance combines with oxygen. This can be easily found with a search engine.
Oh, really??? What, then, pray tell is oxidation???
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Josepi wrote:

And indeed,
4 Fe + 3 02 --> 2 Fe2O3
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You forgot the salt.
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You forgot the salt.
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oH yes it is!! sorry I am getting all muddled again and again and again!

You forgot the salt.
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On 6/28/2010 9:32 PM, Josepi wrote:

It was easy to tell it wasn't your post because it was BOTTOM POSTED.
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Which is not a scretch. Humid air going through the compression process will condense and form water as it cools and will have oxygen molecules in it. Just the thing needed to rust a tank.
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Get some smarts rube. You want to appear intelligent do some work on your posting. I am the boss of posting around here. You will obey!
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Not mine
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Get some smarts rube. You want to appear intelligent do some work on your posting. I am the boss of posting around here. You will obey!
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oH yes it is!! sorry I am getting all muddled again and again and again!
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Leon wrote:

Of course it contains oxygen. But, it contains less oxygen than pure air, so my question remains: does a steel tank rust faster under a puddle of water or where it has constantly damp surface?
After 30 to 60 years, or whenever my tank fails, and I cut the sucker in half, will the rust be at the bottom of the tank which has been constantly underwater or along the sides, where they just remain a little damp with lots of oxygen?
On a side note, those in the rec that call everyone they disagree with a "troll", seem to be finding out what a troll really is. I suggest ignoring the real troll.
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Again. Pure water does NOT contain any oxygen molecules. Looks like some chemistry examples demonstrated that rust is not atomic chemistry.
I guess you have your question answered then, short of a lot of noise to disprove facts posted by real participators...LOL
The tank will rust just above the water line and the rust will fall to the bottom of the liquid.
Side Note: Good advice excpet "a troll" is in the mind of the namer, apparently. Send in the clones!
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You think? Seems sunk ships rust... I have always known water to have oxygen in it.
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On 6/28/10 12:08 PM, Leon wrote:

:-)
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FrozenNorth wrote:

The water heater in the house I grew up in lasted close to 100 years. It was an indirect heating system where the burner and the coils were separate from the storage tank. The tank did nothing but store hot water. I'd bet that tank was not glass lined like a modern hot water heater, but I really don't know. I haven't gotten more than 10 years out of a water heater, but like my compressor, I just use it, no maintenance whatsoever.
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Leon wrote:

I don't live near the ocean, but on the rivers where I live, steel coal barges don't rust as much under water than along the water line where lots of oxygen is present.
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