Thiophenol as an inhibitor for the corrosion and hydrogen permeation through mild steel in acidic solutions

The influence of thiophenol on the corrosion and hydrogen permeation 1M HCl and 0.SM H2SO4 has weightloss measurements, gasometric studies and other electrochemical techniques

K. Madhavan

2002

Scholarcy highlights

  • The influence of thiophenol on the corrosion and hydrogen permeation 1M HCl and 0.SM H2SO4 has weightloss measurements, gasometric studies and other electrochemical techniques
  • Thiophenol inhibits the corrosion of mild steel in both the acids, but it is found to be more effective in H2SO4
  • The adsorption of thiophenol on the mild steel surface from both the acids obeys Temkinā€™s adsorption isotherm

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