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Chromate-free conversion coatings on 1370 aluminum alloy

19-Nov-2012 | Yu. A. Kuzenkov, S. V. Oleinik, S. A. Karimova, T. G. Pavlovskaya, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Formation and protective properties of conversion coatings on 1370 aluminum alloy that were obtained in an IFKhANAL-3 alkaline conversion solution are studied. The subsequent filling of the coatings in an inhibitor solution is shown to produce coatings that are resistant to pitting corrosion in ...

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The intensifying effect of carbon nanoparticles on formation of microarc coatings on aluminum alloys

19-Nov-2012 | P. A. Vityaz’, A. I. Komarov, V. I. Komarova, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

It is shown that carbon nanomaterials (ultradispersed diamond-graphite batch mixture, ultradispersed diamonds) introduced into basic electrolytes cause significant intensification of the process of micro-plasma formation of ceramic coatings on aluminum alloys of different compositions, including ...

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Corrosion-electrochemical behavior of composite layers produced by laser sintering of nanoscale iron-nickel powders

19-Nov-2012 | S. M. Reshetnikov, E. V. Kharanzhevskii, M. D. Krivilev, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Corrosion-electrochemical behavior of composite layers formed by high-speed laser sintering of nanoscale Fe-Ni powders (3.2 and 10 wt % Ni) is studied with the use of anodic potentiodynamic curves recorded in a borate buffer solution in a neutral environment. Composite layers produced are shown ...

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The effect of microfouling on marine corrosion of metals and destruction of protective coatings

19-Nov-2012 | V. A. Karpov, Yu. L. Kovalchuk, U. V. Kharchenko, I. A. Beleneva, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

It was showed using the example of carbon and high alloyed steels that microfouling that develops on the surface of metals possesses high corrosion activity and stimulates corrosion processes. Local corrosion of high alloyed steels can be activated by the vital activity of anaerobic ...

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Ranking sections of main gas pipelines according to corrosion damage based on field polarization measurements

19-Nov-2012 | A. A. Bolotov, Yu. A. Shvein, A. B. Arabei, A. I. Marshakov, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Free-corrosion potentials are measured and potentiodynamic and potentiostatic anodic polarization curves are recorded on an electrode made of pipe steel in soils close to different sections of the Urengoi-Surgut-Chelyabinsk main gas pipeline. The data obtained are compared to the type of ...

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Application of Pearson’s principle to interpretation of the duration of the residual protective effect of organic inhibitors as a function of the nature of a metal and anion

19-Nov-2012 | V. P. Grigor’ev, S. P. Shpan’ko, E. V. Plekhanova, A. S. Burlov, V. A. Anisimova, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Residual inhibition coefficients K t of acidic corrosion by a mixture of an organic inhibitor and an anionic additive for Al, Zn, Fe, and Ni decrease linearly in time; the duration of the residual protective effect depends linearly on the logarithm of the anionic additive concentration in the ...

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Oxidation of hydrocarbon films and metal materials in oxygen-containing low temperature plasma

19-Nov-2012 | A. E. Gorodetskiy, R. K. Zalavutdinov, V. L. Bukhovets, A. P. Zakharov, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Glow discharge in oxygen-containing gases (air, a mixture of O2/N2, N2O) was used for selective removal of amorphous hydrocarbon (a-C:H) films predeposited on stainless steel, W, and Mo. The gasification rate of films was maximal in N2O. H2, H2O, CO, and CO2 were plasmolysis products. Thin (3–30 ...

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Development of paint coatings with superhydrophobic properties

19-Nov-2012 | F. I. Il’darkhanova, G. A. Mironova, K. G. Bogoslovsky, V. V. Men’shikov, E. D. Bykov, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Methods of nanostructuring and hydrophobization of paint coating surface are studied. It is found that the volume modification of the paint with carbon nanotubes and nanofibers affords nanostructuring of the paint coating surface layer. Additional volume hydrophobization with fluorosilane ...

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Corrosion-resistant structural materials for modernization and development of new equipment in the petrochemicals industry. Part 1

19-Nov-2012 | V. A. Kachanov, V. M. Dolinskii, E. K. Gvozdikova, T. E. Shepil’, V. Yu. Kozin, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

Results of corrosion tests of structural materials are considered under conditions of ethyl benzene and styrene synthesis, which allowed developing and implementing high-performance home equipment. Causes are studied for enhanced wear of pipes in thermal cracking furnaces, and corresponding ...

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Formation of protective layers by 5-chlorobenzotriazole and its mixture with sodium fluphenaminate on low-carbon steel from aqueous solutions

19-Nov-2012 | M. O. Agafonkina, Yu. I. Kuznetsov, N. P. Andreeva, Yu. E. Pronin, L. P. Kazanskii, Protection of Metals and Physical Chemistry of Surfaces, 2012

It is shown that introduction of R = Cl substituent into benzotriazole (BTA) structure imparts elevated acidity and hydrophobicity to the molecule and improves the compound’s protective and adsorption properties for low-carbon steel in aqueous solution. The surface layer composition of ...

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