About corrosion and reduction potentials

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Analyse the extent to which standard reduction potentials may predict the extent of corrosion in an industrial context and/or the likelihood of a reaction occurring may result in inaccurate predictions for the following scenarios:

i. A process that takes place in an acidic environment. For eg; the contact process

ii. A process which has high concentration of reactions in the reaction vessel.
iii. A process that occurs in an environment with a high salt content.
iv. A process that occurs at high temperature. For eg; the Haber process, electrolysis of alumina and the contact process.

Thanks for your help in advance!
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