Publication
Title
The use of lead dodecanoate as an environmentally friendly coating to inhibit the corrosion of lead objects : comparison of three different deposition methods
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Abstract
An aqueous sodium dodecanoate solution has been used for the formation of a protective coating for lead. Three deposition methods have been compared: immobilization using cyclic voltammetry, immersion and amperometry. Apart from this, we tested a reduction pretreatment of the lead surface (−1.5 V during 600 s) in order to obtain a more reproducible coating, resulting in a better corrosion protection behavior. The corrosion inhibition properties were examined using potentiodynamic polarization curves and electrochemical impedance measurements in a standard corrosive environment.
Language
English
Source (journal)
Progress in organic coatings. - Lausanne
Publication
Lausanne : 2012
ISSN
0300-9440
0033-0655
Volume/pages
74:1(2012), p. 1-7
ISI
000302585300001
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Creation 08.03.2012
Last edited 19.10.2017
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