Adsorption of persulfide on steel that act as corrosion inhibitors in aqueous and salt environments, simulating sea water
Автор: Sikachina A.A.
Журнал: Juvenis scientia @jscientia
Статья в выпуске: 2, 2016 года.
In published scientific work presents the simulated environment in the quantum chemistry package HyperChem version 8.0.9 using semiempirical method ZINDO/1 the adsorption process of organic compounds of the class of sulphidefenols, on iron atoms (available in tested steel grade in the amount of 97%). The scientific novelty of the research is to move away from the technology cluster simulation and attracting more informative approximation to donor-acceptor interaction of organic compounds with the iron atoms. This approach, as will be shown, with high accuracy reflects the process of galvanic corrosion protection in water-salt corrosive environments, simulating sea water, by electrochemisorption test as a corrosion inhibitor organic compounds on the metal surface with the formation of complex compounds. In the research process were obtained and analyzed: the composition of the complexes (ironsulphidefenols), a graph showing the dependence of the local electrophilicity the sulfur atom, the magnitude of the protective effect (inversely proportional to corrosion rate).
Corrosion rate, water-salt environment, simulating sea water, electrochemical corrosion, adsorption, st3 steel, partial effective charges, sulphidefenols
Короткий адрес: https://readera.org/14110206
IDR: 14110206 | DOI: 10.15643/jscientia.2016.2.32