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Inhibition Efficiency of Cinnamon Oil as a Green Corrosion Inhibitor

  • Mohamed Monder Bouraoui
  • Samia Chettouh
  • Toufik Chouchane
  • Nabila KhellafEmail author
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Abstract

The corrosion inhibition efficiency of cinnamon oil for stainless steel 304 L in 0.1 and 1.0 M HCl solutions was investigated using electrochemical study and surface electronic observation. The potentiodynamic polarization curves showed that, independently of the time of immersion in 1.0% HCl, a reaction to the anode occurred, which was explained by the dissolution of the metal due to the strong aggressiveness of the medium; the addition of 1% cinnamon oil led to a corrosion efficiency of 84%. Furthermore, in 0.1 M aggressive medium the tests with addition of inhibitor showed that the inhibition efficiency increases (86.6–96.0%) with an increase in the cinnamon oil concentration from 0.5 to 5%. Scanning electron microscope observations of metal surface confirmed the existence of a protective adsorbed film of the inhibitor on the steel surface. Cinnamon oil can be proposed as an efficient green inhibitor of corrosion of stainless steel exposed to hydrochloric acid mediums.

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Keywords

Aggressive medium Cinnamon oil Corrosion inhibitor Stainless steel 

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Acknowledgements

Staff of corrosion laboratory of the Research Unit URSM-CRTI, Annaba, is gratefully acknowledged.

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Conflict of interest

The authors declare that they have no conflict of interest.

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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Process Engineering, Faculty of EngineeringLOMOP, Badji Mokhtar UniversityAnnabaAlgeria
  2. 2.URASM-CRTIAnnabaAlgeria

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