Emerging Corrosion Inhibitors for Interfacial Coating
AbstractCorrosion is a deterioration of a metal due to reaction with environment. The use of corrosion inhibitors is one of the most effective ways of protecting metal surfaces against corrosion. Their effectiveness is related to the chemical composition, their molecular structures and affinities for adsorption on the metal surface. This review focuses on the potential of ionic liquid, polyionic liquid (PIL) and graphene as promising corrosion inhibitors in emerging coatings due to their remarkable properties and various embedment or fabrication strategies. The review begins with a precise description of the synthesis, characterization and structure-property-performance relationship of such inhibitors for anti-corrosion coatings. It establishes a platform for the formation of new generation of PIL based coatings and shows that PIL corrosion inhibitors with various heteroatoms in different form can be employed for corrosion protection with higher barrier properties and protection of metal surface. However, such study is still in its infancy and there is significant scope to further develop new structures of PIL based corrosion inhibitors and coatings and study their behaviour in protection of metals. Besides, it is identified that the combination of ionic liquid, PIL and graphene could possibly contribute to the development of the ultimate corrosion inhibitor based coating. View Full-Text
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Taghavikish, M.; Dutta, N.K.; Roy Choudhury, N. Emerging Corrosion Inhibitors for Interfacial Coating. Coatings 2017, 7, 217.
Taghavikish M, Dutta NK, Roy Choudhury N. Emerging Corrosion Inhibitors for Interfacial Coating. Coatings. 2017; 7(12):217.Chicago/Turabian Style
Taghavikish, Mona; Dutta, Naba K.; Roy Choudhury, Namita. 2017. "Emerging Corrosion Inhibitors for Interfacial Coating." Coatings 7, no. 12: 217.
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