Tetrahydro-dibenzo[a,d] Annulene-5, 11-Dihydrazone and Magnesium Oxide Used to Control the Corrosion of Aluminium in Chloride Ions Environment

Rajesh Kumar Singh (Department of Chemistry, Jagdam College, J P University, Chapra, 841301, India)
Jay Prakash Singh (Department of Chemistry, Jagdam College, J P University, Chapra, 841301, India)
Dharmendar Kumar (Department of Chemistry, Jagdam College, J P University, Chapra, 841301, India)

Abstract


Chloride ions interact with aluminium in marine atmosphere to form corrosion cell. Due to this corrosion reaction occurs on their surface, aluminium is oxidized into Al3+. The corrosion reaction accelerates deterioration in metal and it produces galvanic, pitting, stress, crevice, intergranular corrosion. Chloride ions decrease internal and external strength of aluminium metal. It is a very important metal so used in different appliances for e.g. road, water, air transports, housing, railways and other fields. Nanocoating and electrospray techniques used to check the corrosion of aluminium metal. For nanocoating and electrospray materials applied tetrahydro-dibenzo[a,d] [7] annulene-5, 11-dihydrazone and MgO. Both materials formed composite barrier and developed a passive surface for Cl- ions. This barrier reduced the corrosion rate of aluminium. Nozzle spray and chemical vapour deposition technique used for coating process. The corrosion rate of metal was determined by gravimetric method. Corrosion potential and current density were calculated by potentiostat. The composite barrier formation was confirmed by activation energy, heat of adsorption, free energy, enthalpy and entropy. These thermal parameters were obtained by Arrhenius equation, Langmuir isotherm and Transition state equation. The adsorption of tetrahydro-dibenzo[a,d] [7] annulene-5,11-dihydrazone and MgO electrospray on aluminium surface was depicted by Langmuir, Frundlich and Temkin isotherm. The results of surface coverage area and coating efficiency were noticed that both materials were mitigated the corrosion rate of aluminium in chloride ions environment


Keywords


Chloride ions;Aluminium;Corrosion;Electrospray;Thermal parameters;Marine environment

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DOI: https://doi.org/10.30564/jmmr.v3i2.2403

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