The inhibitive action of sodium castor sulphonate Towards the corrosion of aluminium in Hydrochloric acid
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The dissolution of aluminium in 2M HC1 solution in presence of sodium castor sulphonate (SCS) has been studied using thermometric and hydrogen evolution methods. The results showed that the additive retards the dissolution due to its chemisorption on the metal surface via 71 the electrons of the double bond. The inhibition obyes the Frumkin's isotherm.