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The Resource Rare earth-based corrosion inhibitors, edited by Maria Forsyth, Bruce Hinton

Rare earth-based corrosion inhibitors, edited by Maria Forsyth, Bruce Hinton

Rare earth-based corrosion inhibitors
Rare earth-based corrosion inhibitors
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edited by Maria Forsyth, Bruce Hinton
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Woodhead Publishing series in metals and surface engineering
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There has been significant research into the development of environmentally-friendly corrosion inhibitors to replace more traditional chemicals such as chromates. A major area of such research is rare earth metals such as cerium and lanthanum which can be used in coatings to protect metals. This book reviews current research into how they work and the range of coatings using rare-earth corrosion inhibitors
Rare earth-based corrosion inhibitors, edited by Maria Forsyth, Bruce Hinton
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  • Cover; Rare Earth-based Corrosion Inhibitors; Copyright; Contents; Contributor contact details; Woodhead Publishing Series in Metals and Surface Engineering; 1 The chemistry of rare earth metals, compounds, and corrosion inhibitors; 1.1 Introduction: the need to replace chromate; 1.2 Rare earth elements and their place in the Periodic Table; 1.3 Discovery, location and abundance of rare earths; 1.4 Uses of the rare earths; 1.5 General chemistry properties of rare earth elements and compounds; 1.6 Rare earth corrosion inhibitors: carboxylate complexes
  • 1.7 Strategies to model corrosion protection mechanisms1.8 Future trends; 1.9 Acknowledgement; 1.10 References; 2 Testing and analysis techniques in rare earth inhibitor research; 2.1 Introduction; 2.2 Identification and simulation of corrosion and inhibition mechanisms; 2.3 Non-electrochemical and electrochemical corrosion testing and analysis techniques; 2.4 Probe techniques for localized corrosion inhibitor research; 2.5 Using electrochemical and surface analytical techniques to evaluate corrosion protection by rare earth metal (REM) compounds
  • 2.6 Evaluating the corrosion protection of aluminum and its alloys using REM compounds2.7 Evaluating the corrosion protection of zinc, zinc alloys and galvanized steel using REM compounds; 2.8 Evaluating the corrosion protection of magnesium and magnesium alloys using REM compounds; 2.9 Evaluating the corrosion protection of steel and stainless steels using REM compounds; 2.10 Conclusions; 2.11 References; 3 Corrosion inhibition with rare earth metal compounds in aqueous solutions; 3.1 Introduction; 3.2 Corrosion inhibitors: the new role of green chemistry
  • 3.3 Rare earths as corrosion inhibitors in aqueous systems3.4 Mechanisms of formation of the layer; 3.5 Special cases of inhibition by rare earth compounds: mechanically assisted corrosion; 3.6 Future trends; 3.7 References; 4 Multifunctional rare earth organic corrosion inhibitors; 4.1 Introduction; 4.2 Corrosion inhibitor technologies; 4.3 Types and performance of multifunctional inhibitors; 4.4 Multifunctional inhibitors for steel; 4.5 Multifunctional inhibitors for aluminium alloys and other metals and alloys
  • 4.6 Advantages and limitations of using multifunctional rare earth organic inhibitors for corrosion protection4.7 Future trends; 4.8 References; 5 Anodized anti-corrosion coatings for aluminium using rare earth metals; 5.1 Introduction; 5.2 Fundamentals of anodizing of aluminium; 5.3 Anodizing technology; 5.4 Corrosion protection by rare earth species; 5.5 Summary; 5.6 References; 6 Corrosion-resistant polymer coatings containing rare earth compounds ; 6.1 Introduction; 6.2 Rare earth compounds as replacements of chromate compounds in polymer coatings
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