Sources of Active Ingredients for Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors


Sources of Active Ingredients for Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors

Rekha Sharma, Sapna Nehra, Dinesh Kumar

Metal corrosion is a grave problem, having deleterious effects on human health, the economy, the environment, and many engineering schemes, for example, automobiles, aircraft, naval vessels, and pipelines. For the confirmation of enduring reliability and stability of alloys and metals, corrosion-protective surfaces are of the greatest significance, for example, ions and water, through restraining their interactions with corrosive species. Though, their applied submissions are frequently bounded whichever through deprived mechanical robustness or else through the incapability to resist low surface tension liquids, for example, alcohols and oil. In this chapter, we have focused on diverse materials as sustainable corrosion inhibitors such as organic corrosion inhibitors, green corrosion inhibitors, and polymer-based corrosion inhibitors to protect materials from being corroded. Amongst them, we especially focus on green corrosion inhibitors as a consequence of simple manufacturing, easy availability, cost-effectiveness, and biodegradable nature.

Cost-Effective, Sustainable, Renewable, Corrosion, Applications

Published online 6/5/2021, 16 pages

Citation: Rekha Sharma, Sapna Nehra, Dinesh Kumar, Sources of Active Ingredients for Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 107, pp 30-45, 2021


Part of the book on Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors

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