CHLORIDE ION EFFECT ON ALUMINIUM UNDER ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION CONDITIONS. Cabot, P., Costa, J., Vidal, H., & Vilarrasa, M. 1987. cited By 1
CHLORIDE ION EFFECT ON ALUMINIUM UNDER ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION CONDITIONS. [link]Paper  abstract   bibtex   
Field corrosion tests on aluminium, conducted in exposure sites of different atmospheric characteristics, have been analysed. An empirical equation relating the aluminium corrosion rate with the chloride ion level in air was developed. It is clearly shown that the chloride ion levels of the site atmospheres have a marked influence on the corrosion of this metal. In order to provide a basis for interpreting the chloride ion action together with the effect of the acid rain, laboratory experiments studying the corrosion behaviour of aluminium in hydrochloric acid solutions have been performed. Although the conditions employed in the laboratory differ substantially from those under which the atmospheric corrosion of aluminium takes place, an important role of the chloride ion in the mechanism of the metal oxidation is evidenced. Finally, a possible reaction sequence for the atmospheric corrosion of aluminium under the conditions of the present study is discussed.
@CONFERENCE{Cabot1987,
author={Cabot, P.L. and Costa, J.M. and Vidal, H. and Vilarrasa, M.},
title={CHLORIDE ION EFFECT ON ALUMINIUM UNDER ATMOSPHERIC CORROSION CONDITIONS.},
journal={Key Eng Mat},
year={1987},
volume={20-28},
number={pt 1-4},
pages={pt 1, p 113-120},
note={cited By 1},
url={https://www.scopus.com/inward/record.url?eid=2-s2.0-0023514166&partnerID=40&md5=bd4bea49fb92b55a0f77859e8c3045c6},
affiliation={Univ of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain, Univ of Barcelona, Barcelona, Spain},
abstract={Field corrosion tests on aluminium, conducted in exposure sites of different atmospheric characteristics, have been analysed. An empirical equation relating the aluminium corrosion rate with the chloride ion level in air was developed. It is clearly shown that the chloride ion levels of the site atmospheres have a marked influence on the corrosion of this metal. In order to provide a basis for interpreting the chloride ion action together with the effect of the acid rain, laboratory experiments studying the corrosion behaviour of aluminium in hydrochloric acid solutions have been performed. Although the conditions employed in the laboratory differ substantially from those under which the atmospheric corrosion of aluminium takes place, an important role of the chloride ion in the mechanism of the metal oxidation is evidenced. Finally, a possible reaction sequence for the atmospheric corrosion of aluminium under the conditions of the present study is discussed.},
document_type={Conference Paper},
source={Scopus},
}
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