Pati, B B and Chatterjee, P and Singh, T B and Singh, D D N (1990) Effect of propargyl alcohol on corrosion and hydrogenation of steel in hydrochloric-acid solution. Corrosion, 46 (5). pp. 354-359.
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A study has been made to investigate the effect of propargyl alclohol (PA) on corrosion and hydrogenation of mild steel exposed in hydrochloric acid solution at different temperatures, concentrations, and exposure times. Different ions have been added to the inhibited acid solution to study their roles on the inhibitive performance of the inhibitor. Cr3+ and Cu2 cations strongly improve the inhibitive performance of the inbib-itor on corrosion and hyfrogen absorption by steel, wheras AS3+, which improves the corrosion inhibitor's efficiency, has an accelerating effect on hydrogen absorption. Prop-argyl alcohol in combination with Cu2+ and Cr3+ effecti-vely controls the deterioration of tensile strength of steel in acidic solution, but an adverse effect is obser-ved with As3+. Fe3+ has very deleterious action on the inhibitor's performance especially when present at a higher concentration (>2.5% as FeCl3). Addition of certain amino compounds along with PA in acid solution slightly improve the inhibitive performance of the inhibitor. Effectiveness of the inhibitor improves with passage of time and the time required to achieve maximum protection is reduced if Cr3+ and Cu2+ are present along with the inhibitor in the corroding electrolyte.
|Uncontrolled Keywords:||Hydrochloric-acid solution; inhibition steel; propargyl alcohol|
|Divisions:||Corrosion and Surface Engineering|
|Deposited By:||Sahu A K|
|Deposited On:||08 Jun 2010 10:09|
|Last Modified:||18 Feb 2013 10:41|
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