This item is in: Materials > Corrosion and surface engineering > Surface engineeringRare earth-based corrosion inhibitors
Edited by M Forsyth, Deakin University and B Hinton, Monash University, Australia
Woodhead Publishing Series in Metals and Surface Engineering No. 61
There has been significant research into the development of environmentally-friendly corrosion inhibitors to replace more traditional chemicals such as chromates. A major area of such research is rare earth metals such as cerium and lanthanum which can be used in coatings to protect metals. This book reviews current research into how they work and the range of coatings using rare-earth corrosion inhibitors.
ISBN 0 85709 347 9
ISBN-13: 978 0 85709 347 9
300 pages 234 x 156mm hardback
Approx. £130.00 / US$220.00 / €155.00
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