Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Coatings


Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Coatings

R. Payal, A. Jain

Corrosion is emerging as a potential hazard which abolishes metals and their structures and hence become an imperative menace. It is an omnipotent and omnipresent process which is present in every environment, i.e., air, soil, water. Green chemistry is one of the notable branches of chemistry that focuses on the protection of environment and human well–being in an economically viable approach allowing dodging of toxins and reducing hazards due to corrosion. Green chemistry exploited well–known strategy namely green inhibitors to prevent, control or impede the growth of corrosion. Green inhibitors are eco–friendly, cost–effective, renewable natural products which are favourable over toxic synthetic corrosion inhibitors. Extracts of natural products contain natural products containing alkaloids, carboxylic acids, nicotine, polyphenols, quinine, terpenes, and other functional groups possessing elements like C, N, O, S, etc., prompting adsorption via forming a thin layer (coating) on the metallic surface to shield the surface and encumber corrosion. In the field of economical loop, this approach develops various potential applications in manufacturing areas other than ‘Trash to treasure’. Even though a bunch of experiments have been performed and several research articles have been in print, however, the area of green inhibitors is still demanding more investigation on this open issue. More and more interest in the area extended the research, consequentially to a large variety of tried molecules. Nevertheless, the most accepted protocols are classical and, therefore, are incompetent to completely portray the probable worth of inhibitors. Hence all above stated features should be the objective of the contemporary research so that productive analysis to emphasize the weak areas of the green inhibitors field and tackle the prospect research in the field that still requires validation.

Anodic Inhibitor, Cathodic Inhibitor, Green Corrosion Inhibitors, Coatings, Ionic Liquids, Vapor–Phase Inhibitor, Sustainable

Published online 6/5/2021, 28 pages

Citation: R. Payal, A. Jain, Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Coatings, Materials Research Foundations, Vol. 107, pp 147-174, 2021


Part of the book on Sustainable Corrosion Inhibitors

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