Inhibitor properties of some chelates and their ligands in acidic corrosion of zinc
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A comparative study of protective chelate complexes of zinc with various o-oxyazomethine derivatives upon variation of the nature of substituent at benzene ring of the ligand is carried out on the example of acidic corrosion of zinc in H2SO4 solutions.
Keywordscorrosion inhibitor chelates ligands zinc
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