腐食抑制剤の作用と硬いおよび軟らかい酸塩基の法則 Action of Metallic Corrosion Inhibitors and the Hard and Soft Acids and Bases Principle
Chemical adsorption and the corrosion inhibition effect of inhibitors on metals and oxidized metals are closely related to the hard and soft acids and bases principle. A stable adsorption bond forms between the metal surface acting as a soft acid and an inhibitor classified as a soft base, resulting in a high inhibition effect on metallic corrosion. An inhibitor of a hard base is adsorbed on the oxidized metal surface acting as a hard acid without difficulty.
- 材料と環境 : zairyo-to-kankyo
材料と環境 : zairyo-to-kankyo 45(11), 674-681, 1996-11-15
Japan Society of Corrosion Engineering