Corrosion Inhibition and Quantum Mechanical Studies of Galvanized Steel Sheets in Chloride Environment
Keywords:antibiotics, hydrogen permeation, corrosion inhibitors, green inhibition
The corrosion inhibition of galvanized steel (GI steel)sheets Â in 5% NaCl with Esomeprazole (EPZ) as green inhibitor has been reported Â by Mass Â loss, PotentiodynamicÂ polarization, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy , Â hydrogen permeation and quantum mechanical Â studies. All these techniques reveal that the EPZinhibits the corrosion of galvanized steel in 5% NaCl medium.Polarization studies indicated that inhibitors are acted as mixed type inhibitor. The adsorption of the compounds on galvanized steel surface follows Langmuir adsorption isotherm.
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