A concise review on corrosion inhibitors: types, mechanisms and electrochemical evaluation studies

  title={A concise review on corrosion inhibitors: types, mechanisms and electrochemical evaluation studies},
  author={Iling Aema Wonnie Ma and Sh. Ammar and Sachin Kumar and K. Ramesh and Subramaniam Ramesh},
  journal={Journal of Coatings Technology and Research},
  • I. A. W. MaS. Ammar S. Ramesh
  • Published 29 November 2021
  • Materials Science, Chemistry
  • Journal of Coatings Technology and Research
This article presents a concise review of different types of inhibitors for corrosion protection on metal surfaces. Corrosion inhibitors can be of different types, which include organic, inorganic and hybrid (organic/inorganic) materials. They are also classified as cathodic, anodic and/or mixed-type inhibitors, which are based on the active inhibitor molecules that retard the corrosion process. Silicate, nitrites, molybdates, phosphates, zinc salt and cerium salt are widely used as inorganic… 

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