Tarantseva, K.R. and Pakhomov, V.S., Pittingovaya korroziya nerzhaveyushchikh stalei: Teoriya i praktika zashchity (Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels: Theory and Practice of Corrosion Protection)

Tarantseva, K.R. and Pakhomov, V.S., Pittingovaya korroziya nerzhaveyushchikh stalei: Teoriya i... ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 10, p. 1783. Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2007. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, M.S. Kokhatskaya, 2007, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 10, pp. 1753 1754. BOOK REVIEWS Tarantseva, K.R. and Pakhomov, V.S., Pittingovaya korroziya nerzhaveyushchikh stalei: Teoriya i praktika zashchity (Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels: Theory and Practice of Corrosion Protection), Penza: Penz. Gos. Tekhnol. Akad., 2006, 134 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427207100424 As is known, pitting corrosion is one of the most the presently most substantiated explanation of dangerous and widely occurring types of local cor- the passivity phenomenon. rosion-induced disintegration of passivatable metals The second chapter (pp. 13 34) considers factors and alloys in media containing activator ions. A major that affect the pitting corrosion of steels. To these contribution to studies of the pitting corrosion was belong the composition of stainless steels, solution made by Ya.M. Kolotyrkin (1910 1995), academician composition, temperature and heat-transfer conditions, of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and his co- and motion of the medium. The authors systematized workers. It has been established that both pure metals the fundamentally important results obtained in stud- (iron, zinc, aluminum, magnesium, nickel, cobalt ies of the pitting corrosion, including those carried chromium, titanium) and various alloys, including out in the last 10 15 years. It is noted, in particular, those in the amorphous state, may suffer from pit- that carbon, sulfur, and phosphorus adversely affect ting corrosion. The set of anions, both causing the cor- the resistance of steels to pitting corrosion. The low rosion process and acting as inhibitors, has been out- content of carbon in ferrite steels and their single- lined. phase structure predetermine their high pitting re- The small monograph by K.R. Tarantseva and sistance. V.S. Pakhomov presents modern concepts concerning The third chapter (pp. 35 64) is devoted to meth- the mechanism of pitting formation in stainless steels ods for studying, modeling, and controlling the pit- and considers factors affecting the resistance of steels ting corrosion. The fourth chapter (pp. 65 81) dis- to this kind of corrosion. Methods used to study cusses the possibility of prognostication of the pit- the pitting corrosion, prognosticate pitting, and protect ting corrosion. The final, fifth chapter (82 107) con- metals from pitting corrosion are discussed. The book tains evidence about the principal ways of protec- comprises an introduction, five chapters, and bibliog- tion from this kind of corrosion. Of special interest raphic list including 455 references to publications by is that section of this chapter in which practical re- domestic and foreign authors. commendations for choice of pitting-resistant steels The brief introduction (pp. 3, 4) notes that a num- are given. The authors composed an algorithm for ob- ber of issues in the theory of pitting corrosion and taining the necessary information when choosing cor- protection from this kind of corrosion require an ad- rosion-resistant materials in the stage of article de- ditional analysis and there remains an important prob- sign. lem of prognostication of this kind of corrosion. The monograph by Tarantseva and Pakhomov is The first chapter (pp. 5 12) discusses the mechanism well written, presents an analysis of a vast material, of pitting corrosion of stainless steels. It shown that and is accessible to an exceedingly wide audience of the following is necessary for this kind of corrosion specialists engaged in studies of corrosion processes to occur: a metal should be in the passive state; and to engineers and technical workers of design the amount of activator ions should exceed the critical bureaus and research institutes. The book may be of concentration; and an oxidizing agent or external use for students and postgraduate students specialized polarization, which shift the corrosion potential, in the field of corrosion and metal protection. should be present. Reasons for local disintegration of the passive film are discussed in detail and it is noted that the adsorption-electrochemical theory provides A. G. Morachevskii, M. S. Kokhatskaya http://www.deepdyve.com/assets/images/DeepDyve-Logo-lg.png Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry Springer Journals

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ISSN 1070-4272, Russian Journal of Applied Chemistry, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 10, p. 1783. Pleiades Publishing, Ltd., 2007. Original Russian Text A.G. Morachevskii, M.S. Kokhatskaya, 2007, published in Zhurnal Prikladnoi Khimii, 2007, Vol. 80, No. 10, pp. 1753 1754. BOOK REVIEWS Tarantseva, K.R. and Pakhomov, V.S., Pittingovaya korroziya nerzhaveyushchikh stalei: Teoriya i praktika zashchity (Pitting Corrosion of Stainless Steels: Theory and Practice of Corrosion Protection), Penza: Penz. Gos. Tekhnol. Akad., 2006, 134 pp. DOI: 10.1134/S1070427207100424 As is known, pitting corrosion is one of the most the presently most substantiated explanation of dangerous and widely occurring types of local cor- the passivity phenomenon. rosion-induced disintegration of passivatable metals The second chapter (pp. 13 34) considers factors and alloys in media containing activator ions. A major that affect the pitting corrosion of steels. To these contribution to studies of the pitting corrosion was belong the composition of stainless steels, solution made by Ya.M. Kolotyrkin (1910 1995), academician composition, temperature and heat-transfer conditions, of the Russian Academy of Sciences, and his co- and motion of the medium. The authors systematized workers. It has been established that both pure metals the fundamentally important results obtained in stud- (iron, zinc, aluminum, magnesium, nickel, cobalt ies of the pitting corrosion, including those carried chromium, titanium) and various alloys, including out in the last 10 15 years. It is noted, in particular, those in the amorphous state, may suffer from pit- that carbon, sulfur, and phosphorus adversely affect ting corrosion. The set of anions, both causing the cor- the resistance of steels to pitting corrosion. The low rosion process and acting as inhibitors, has been out- content of carbon in ferrite steels and their single- lined. phase structure predetermine their high pitting re- The small monograph by K.R. Tarantseva and sistance. V.S. Pakhomov presents modern concepts concerning The third chapter (pp. 35 64) is devoted to meth- the mechanism of pitting formation in stainless steels ods for studying, modeling, and controlling the pit- and considers factors affecting the resistance of steels ting corrosion. The fourth chapter (pp. 65 81) dis- to this kind of corrosion. Methods used to study cusses the possibility of prognostication of the pit- the pitting corrosion, prognosticate pitting, and protect ting corrosion. The final, fifth chapter (82 107) con- metals from pitting corrosion are discussed. The book tains evidence about the principal ways of protec- comprises an introduction, five chapters, and bibliog- tion from this kind of corrosion. Of special interest raphic list including 455 references to publications by is that section of this chapter in which practical re- domestic and foreign authors. commendations for choice of pitting-resistant steels The brief introduction (pp. 3, 4) notes that a num- are given. The authors composed an algorithm for ob- ber of issues in the theory of pitting corrosion and taining the necessary information when choosing cor- protection from this kind of corrosion require an ad- rosion-resistant materials in the stage of article de- ditional analysis and there remains an important prob- sign. lem of prognostication of this kind of corrosion. The monograph by Tarantseva and Pakhomov is The first chapter (pp. 5 12) discusses the mechanism well written, presents an analysis of a vast material, of pitting corrosion of stainless steels. It shown that and is accessible to an exceedingly wide audience of the following is necessary for this kind of corrosion specialists engaged in studies of corrosion processes to occur: a metal should be in the passive state; and to engineers and technical workers of design the amount of activator ions should exceed the critical bureaus and research institutes. The book may be of concentration; and an oxidizing agent or external use for students and postgraduate students specialized polarization, which shift the corrosion potential, in the field of corrosion and metal protection. should be present. Reasons for local disintegration of the passive film are discussed in detail and it is noted that the adsorption-electrochemical theory provides A. G. Morachevskii, M. S. Kokhatskaya

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