Inhibition studies of the synergistic effect of chemical compounds on 3CR12 ferritic steel corrosion in acid solutions

Loto, R. T., & Loto, C. A.

Chemical Data Collections 22 (2019): 100255.

Corrosion inhibition studies of the synergistic properties of the combined admixture of rosemary oil and zinc oxide (ROZ), and the admixture of 2-methoxy-4-formylphenol and sodium molybdenum oxide (MPSM) on S41003 ferritic steel in 1 M HCl and H 2 SO 4 acid performed with weight loss analysis. Results showed the admixed compounds to be highly effective. ROZ gave optimal inhibition efficiencies of 98.93% and 93.26% while MPSM gave an optimal inhibition value of 96.69% and 96.74% in HCl and H2SO4 acid solutions. The performance of both inhibiting compounds was observed to be marginally dependent on their concentration and significantly dependent on time.

Inhibition studies of the synergistic effect of chemical compounds on 3CR12 ferritic steel corrosion in acid solutions

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