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The inhibition of marine corrosion of steel by 6‐amino‐2‐thiouracil (I) and its derivatives 6‐benzylideneamino‐2‐thiouracil (II) and 6‐p‐chlorobenzylideneamino‐2‐thiouracil (III) has been tested on laboratory scale using electrochemical technique which was performed on mild steel in sea water...
The eastern coast of Saudi Arabia has one of the most corrosive environments in the world. Dhahran is therefore an ideal location for the study of atmospheric corrosion. One out of every seven cars in the region is corroded. The atmosphere is contaminated by SO2 and a high concentration of...
Lamellar micaceous iron oxide paints are successfully employed to provide longlife corrosion protection for metallic structures when exposed to highly aggressive environments. The aim of this work was to formulate and manufacture lamellar micaceous iron oxide paints, able to be used on the...
Selected condensation products of aromatic aldehydes and thiosemicarbazide have been synthesized and evaluated as corrosion inhibitors of mild steel in 1N hydrochloric acid and 1N sulphuric acid by weight loss and potentiodynamic polarization methods. The values of activation energy and free...
Cyclic voltametric studies were carried out on mixtures of nickel sulphate, ferrous ammonium sulphate containing ethylene diamine tetra acetic acid, triammonium citrate, boric acid, Sodium chloride in the pH range of 8.5-10.5 on platinum. The deposition of iron was found to involve the formation...
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