Plastics for Corrosion Inhibition (Springer Series in Materials Science) by V.A. Goldade
Publisher: Springer; 1 edition (June 22, 2005) | ISBN: 3540238492 | Pages: 383 | PDF | 5.2 MB
The development of polymer composites containing inhibitors of metal corrosion is an important endeavour in modern materials science and technology. Corrosion inhibitors can be located in a polymer matrix in the solid, liquid or gaseous phase. This book details the thermodynamic principles for selecting these components, their compatibility and their effectiveness. The various mechanisms of metal protection - barrier, inhibiting and electromechanical - are considered, as are the conflicting requirements placed on the structure of the combined material. Two main classes of inhibited materials (structural and films/coatings) are described in detail. Examples are given of structural plastics used in friction units subjected to mechano-chemical wear and of polymer films/coatings for protecting metal objects against corrosion.
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