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Organic Corrosion Inhibitors. Synthesis, Characterization, Mechanism, and Applications. Edition No. 1

  • ID: 5354098
  • Book
  • January 2022
  • 496 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd

This book assembles novel developments in organic corrosion inhibitors and their applications. It covers all aspects of organic corrosion inhibitors including green corrosion inhibitors and mechanism of corrosion inhibitors. The book also provides a fundamental, interdisciplinary approach as well as acts as primary reading literature for researchers. Along with anticorrosive effects of organic compounds the book also covers the latest developments in the area of corrosion inhibition, future opportunities, challenges during manufacturing, and advanced organic corrosion inhibitors in industry.

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Section 1: Basics of corrosion and prevention

Chapter 1. An overview of Corrosion

Chapter 2. Methods of corrosion monitoring 

Chapter 3. Computational methods of corrosion monitoring

Chapter 4. Organic and inorganic corrosion inhibitors: A comparison

Section 2: Heterocyclic and non-heterocyclic corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 5: Amines as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 6: Imidazole and its derivatives as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 7: Pyridine and its derivatives as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 8: Quinoline and its derivatives as corrosion inhibitor

Chapter 9: Indole and its derivatives as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 10: Organic compounds as corrosion inhibitors in oil and gas industry

Section 3. Organic green corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 11: Carbohydrates and their derivatives as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 12: Amino acids (AAs) and their derivatives as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 13: Chemical medicines as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 14: Ionic liquids as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 15: Oleochemicals as corrosion inhibitors

Section 4: Organic compounds based nanomaterials as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 16: Carbon nanotubes as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 17: Graphene and graphene oxides as corrosion inhibitors

Section 5: Organic polymers as corrosion inhibitors

Chapter 18: Natural polymers as corrosion inhibitors 

Chapter 19: Synthetic polymers as corrosion inhibitors  

Chapter 20 : Epoxy resins and their nanocomposites as anticorrosive materials

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Chandrabhan Verma
Chaudhery Mustansar Hussain New Jersey Institute of Technology (NJIT), USA.

Eno E. Ebenso
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