Comparison Of Metal Corrosion Inhibition By Gravimetric And Linear Polarization Resistance Methods

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Title: Comparison Of Metal Corrosion Inhibition By Gravimetric And Linear Polarization Resistance Methods
Author: Banerji, Shankha
Abstract: Studies were conducted to evaluate the effectiveness of various dosages of the selected silicate and phosphate compounds applied for corrosion inhibition of cast iron, copper, lead, and galvanized steel specimens. The compounds selected for study were zinc polyphosphate (Calgon C-39), zinc orthophosphate (Virchem V-931), sodium metasilicate and glassy silicate. The effectiveness of these compounds for corrosion inhibition were studied under differing water quality conditions using gravimetric and electrochemical corrosion test methods.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/10576/7836
Date: 1992

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