Role of SnO2Nanoparticles for a Self-Forming Barrier Layer on a Mild Steel Surface in Hydrochloric Acid Medium Containing Piper betle Leaf Extract

Lai Xuan Bach, Thi Bich Ngoc Dao, Trung T. Pham, Robert Sporken, Thi Nhung Nguyen, S. V.Prabhakar Vattikuti, Nhon Pham Van, Nam Nguyen Dang

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Abstract

The self-formation of a porous organic thin-film via corrosion inhibitor supports wide applications of carbon steel in industry. Unfortunately, serious damages could be concentrated to the pinhole and/or pore locations in the porous organic film, resulting in the localized corrosion even when an optimal concentration of organic corrosion inhibitors is used. In this work, SnO2nanoparticles are used for producing the more robust barrier layer via the self-migration of nanoparticles, resulting in a higher corrosion resistance, smooth and uniform protective layer, as well as the existence of SnO2in the protective layer that could directly affect the high inhibition performance. Therefore, the work suggests a new way to make a more robust thin film that could extend the use of organic corrosion inhibitors.

Original languageEnglish
Pages (from-to)38061-38068
Number of pages8
JournalACS Omega
Volume7
Issue number42
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 25 Oct 2022

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