Sacrificial Anode (Module Review)
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Fairly active materials such as magnesium or aluminum alloys and zinc or magnesium metals are typically used to make sacrificial anodes. They can be attached with cast-in straps or lead wires with low resistance. The sacrificial anode is decayed rather than the cathode it is protecting, and its effectiveness and lifespan depends on the amount of material used. The remainder of the article appears to be either comments on the module or the unedited remnants of a template.
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Length: The module is a bit short, and doesn't cover what needs to be covered for this topic.
No figures or tables were given, though images might be nice to provide visual examples.
Text: The text is difficult to follow (all of it is at best an awkward paraphrase). Each paragraph has a topic sentence relating to the paragraph, but the organization is poor. The article needs to go over what exactly a sacrificial anode IS (information currently not included) before discussing the details of its attachment.
Plagiarism checks: The article is almost completely (69% match) composed directly from 2 different websites, according to http://www.articlechecker.com
My assumption is that the writer of this module has not yet finished it.