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Sodium oleic sulfonate (SOS), polyoxyethylene (20) sorbitan monooleate (Tween 80 or T 80 ) and their mixtures have been studied as acid corrosion inhibitors for mild steel in 1M HCl using adsorption and gravimetric techniques. All the data reveal that the compounds act as inhibitors in the acid...
Presents data which relate to the problem of creating a new technique and technology. In the 1990s the problem of the practical use of intermetallids Ni3Al and Fe3Al as structural components in aircraft industry in the USSR was at the stage of a pilot application. In the USSR the process of the...
The effects of the addition of poly(4‐vinylpyridine) (P4VP) and its derivative poly(4‐vinylpyridine poly‐3‐oxide ethylene) (P4VPPOE) on the corrosion of Cu60‐Zn40 in 0.5M HNO 3 have been investigated by potentiodynamic and weight loss measurements. Both of the studied polymers decrease...
The first major nickel alloy introduced to the industry, about 100 years ago, was a Ni-Cu alloy 400. This alloy is still widely used in a variety of industries and will continue to be used in this current century. Over the past 100 years, especially in the last 50 years, improvements in alloy...
Aluminium alloys are being employed very widely as galvanic anodes for cathodic protection. Aluminium‐zinc‐mercury and aluminium‐zinc‐indium are the popular alloys that are used as anodes. In general, the alloying ingredients activate aluminium and maintain uniform dissolution. In the...
The inhibition efficiency of N‐cetyl‐N,N,N‐trimethylammonium bromide (CTAB), a cationic surfactant, in controlling the corrosion of carbon steel in an aqueous solution containing 60ppm Cl – , in the absence and presence of Zn 2+ and also calcium gluconate (CG), had been evaluated by the...
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