Inhibition of Anodic Dissolution of Zinc-plated Steel by Electrodeposition of Magnesium from a Molten Salt

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    • MORISHITA Masao
    • Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Himeji Institute of Technology
    • KOYAMA Koichiro
    • Department of Materials Science and Engineering, Faculty of Engineering, Himeji Institute of Technology

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Inhibition of anodic dissolution of zinc-plated steel by electro-deposition of magnesium from the 55 mol%LiCl-34 mol%KCl-5 mol%MgCl<sub>2</sub>-1 mol%CsCl-5 mol%KI molten salt was investigated. On a heat treatment, the zinc layer changed to 3 layers: the outer layer; the inner layer; interface layer just on the substrate steel. Four steps of anodic dissolution were obsereved in the anodic polarization curves in 5 mass% NaCl aqueus solution. The first step was the anodic dissolution of the MgZn<sub>2</sub> and Mg<sub>2</sub>Zn<sub>11</sub> in the outer layer and the inner layer. The second one was the active dissolution of the remaining zinc in the inner layer. The third one was the active dissolution of the Γ<sub>1</sub> phase in the interface layer. The fourth step was the active dissolution of the matrix steel. It should be noted that the anodic current density of the first step was very small in comparison with the others. The present results suggested that the intermetallic compounds, MgZn<sub>2</sub> and Mg<sub>2</sub>Zn<sub>11</sub>, make a protective films on the surface, inhibit the anodic dissolution and give the high corrosion resistance to the magnesium-deposited zinc-plated steel.

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  • ISIJ international  

    ISIJ international 37(1), 55-58, 1997-01-15 

    The Iron and Steel Institute of Japan

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