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Coatings ◽  
2021 ◽  
Vol 11 (6) ◽  
pp. 655
Jiehui Li ◽  
Mukun Liu ◽  
Gang Niu ◽  
Qingren Xiong ◽  
Yanjie Ma ◽  

The improvement of anti-corrosive property of epoxy resin is significant for the development of coatings to avoid metal corrosion and thus to reduce the economic loss in many industries. The superior properties of graphene, a two-dimensional material, make it possibly suitable to fulfill this task. However, this is hindered by the easy agglomeration of graphene layers in solvents. In the present work, we report the modification and stabilization of graphene in water using sodium dodecylbenzene sulfonate (SDBS) and the enhancement of the anti-corrosive properties of epoxy resin by mixing such SDBS-modified graphene layers. The influence of the dosage of SDBS on the modification effect of graphene was studied in detail and an optimized dosage, i.e., 50 mg SDBS for 10 mg graphene, was obtained. The SDBS modification could effectively reduce graphene thickness, and the minimum thickness of the modified graphene was 3.50 nm. The modified graphene had increased layer spacing, and the maximum layer spacing was 0.426 nm. When the modified graphene was added into the epoxy resin, the electrochemical impedance modulus value evidently increased compared to pure epoxy resin and those incorporated by pure graphene, indicating that the anti-corrosion performance was significantly improved. These results clarified that SDBS could effectively modify graphene and the SDBS-modified graphene could subsequently largely improve the anti-corrosive property of epoxy resin, which is of significance for the anti-corrosive coatings.

2020 ◽  
Vol 64 (3) ◽  
pp. 307-312
Satoko Furiya-Sato ◽  
Azusa Fukushima ◽  
Gen Mayanagi ◽  
Keiichi Sasaki ◽  
Nobuhiro Takahashi

2019 ◽  
Vol 57 (1) ◽  
pp. 103-119 ◽  
Sowmya Ramkumar ◽  
D. Nalini ◽  
Mumtaz A. Quraishi ◽  
Eno E. Ebenso ◽  
Chandrabhan Verma

2018 ◽  
Vol 91 (9) ◽  
pp. 316-323
Tsuyoshi MATSUMOTO ◽  

2018 ◽  
Vol 32 (07) ◽  
pp. 1850077
Yuanli Xu ◽  
Bo Shi

The effect of compressive deformation on thermal stability and corrosive property of Zr[Formula: see text]Al8Ni[Formula: see text]Cu[Formula: see text]Sn[Formula: see text] bulk metallic glass with a strain of 80% was investigated in this work. The corresponding thermal stability is found to decrease after deformation and this can probably be attributed to the reduction of the viscosity and the increase of the Gibbs free energy after compressive deformation. In addition, the corrosion current density increases and this suggests that the corrosion resistance decreases for the deformed sample in comparison with the as-cast sample.

2013 ◽  
Vol 779-780 ◽  
pp. 205-211 ◽  
Chun Hong Li ◽  
Chun Mei Li ◽  
Deng Ming Chen

The microstructure and intergranular corrosion phenomenon were investigated by means of optical imaging,SEM and EDS. Hardness was conducted and electrochemical corrosion properties were researched in 3.5% Nacl solution by electrochemical tester.The result showed, there was no intergranular corrosion phenomenon when the samples underwent cold rolling and stabilization heat treatment;The intergranular corrosion was obviously when the samples were annealed at 180°C for 90h or 150h;The corrosion potential of TO1 state annealed at 180°C for 90h and TO2 state annealed at 180°C for 150h was lower than cold rolled and stabilization heat treatment samples,they were more susceptible to electrochemical corrosion.

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