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Title: Studies on the use of graphite-paste electrodes in evaluating the utility of corrosion inhibitors
Authors: Kannan, R.
Lakshminarayanan, V.
Rajagopalan, S.R.
Issue Date: 1996
Publisher: Central Electrochemical Research Institute
Citation: Bulletin of Electrochemistry, 1996, Vol.12, p40-44
Abstract: The possibility of assessing the relative ability of certain azoles in inhibiting the corrosion of silver was examined by cyclic voltammetry. Benzotriazole (BTA), mercaptobenzothiazole (MBT), benzimidazole (BIMH) and imidazole (IMH) were chosen for this study. Their effect in inhibiting the anodic dissolution current of silver was evaluated by using pure graphite paste electrodes, azole-modified graphite paste electrodes, and silver0 modified graphite paste electrodes. These studies clearly indicated that each one of these azoles inhibited the anodic dissolution current of silver to different extent. The extent of inhibition of these anodic dissolution currents exhibited a correlation with their efficiency in suppressing the corrosion of silver. The details of these studies are discussed in this paper.
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ISSN: 0256-1654
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Copyright: (1996)
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