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The behaviour of iron electrodes immersed in pH 8.9‐11.0 Na 2 HPO 4 solutions was studied by potentiodynamic measurements (cyclic voltammetry) and scanning electron microscopy (SEM). The influence of proton and phosphate content, scan rate, anodic switching potential and other devised...
Electrical industry equipment in the southern parts of Iran have sustained severe damages as a result of corrosive soil containing different kinds of salt, in combination with the corrosive local atmosphere. The present paper is the result of investigations into the behaviour of coatings for...
A study was undertaken to investigate the isothermal oxidation behaviour of Ni‐Cr binary alloys with 10, 20 and 30 wt per cent Cr exposed in air for 50 h at 1,000°C. Analytical transmission electron microscopy along with light microscopy and X‐ray diffraction were used to characterise the oxide...
Corrosion failures due to condensing flue gases containing H 2 O, SO 3 , NO x and HCl still occur more often than might be expected. The corrosion failures can be of several types: general corrosion, pitting attack and stress corrosion cracking (SCC). The chemistry of condensing gases is...
Duplex stainless steels are excellent materials for industrial applications and their use has increased in the oil, chemical, petroleum (offshore), and electric power industries. Pitting resistance equivalent (PRE) is the first parameter used to characterise the pitting and crevice corrosion...
In this study, electrochemical parameters were used to evaluate the inhibition effects of molybdate and silicate inhibitors in tap water. With the aid of “grey system” theory, we determine the inhibitive state model of such systems.
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