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题名: Toward a Slow-Release Borate Inhibitor To Control Mild Steel Corrosion in Simulated Recirculating Water
作者: Cui, J;  Yang, YG;  Li, XQ;  Yuan, WJ;  Pei, YS
发表日期: 2018-1-31
摘要: On the basis of their potential passivating characteristics, in this study, borates have been used to synthesize a novel slow-release inhibitor to suppress long-term mild steel corrosion in simulated recirculating water. The passivating performance was characterized by various electrochemical measurements and the passivating mechanism was interpreted by the point defect model. The experimental results indicated that the slow-release inhibitor exhibited a passivating efficiency of over 98% after 30 days of immersion, due to the formation of a passive film that was predominant by a Fe-O-B structure on the mild steel surface. This study provides a novel controlled-release concept and a slow-release borate inhibitor to control long-term corrosion.
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Cui, J,Yang, YG,Li, XQ,et al. Toward A Slow-release Borate Inhibitor To Control Mild Steel Corrosion In Simulated Recirculating Water[J]. Acs Applied Materials & Interfaces,2018,10(4):4183-4197.

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