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51318-11135-New coatings based on PANI-hexacyanoferrate-nano-TiO2 composites to improve their anticorrosive resistance

New corrosion protective coatings were proposed and long term corrosion tests were performed. These coatings, based on modified polyaniline, showed that hexacyanoferrate improved their anticorrosion properties.

Product Number: 51318-11135-SG
Author: Jakub Stefan Śliwiński / Bartłomiej Kobiałka / Krzysztof Urbanek / Wojciech Szymański / Rafał Banasiuk
Publication Date: 2018
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New corrosion protective coatings were proposed and long term corrosion tests were performed. These coatings, based on modified polyaniline, showed that hexacyanoferrate improved their anticorrosion properties. Our recent research gives some information about the increasing oxygen diffusivity barrier when nano-TiO2 is added. The goal of this paper was to check if there is a synergy effect between these two compounds. The polyaniline-hexacyanoferrate-nano-TiO2 composites were prepared by in situ oxidative polymerization of aniline in solutions of two different inorganic acids. The corrosion tests were carried out on carbon steel substrates coated by alkyd coatings (using frame film applicator, one-coat application) containing the anticorrosion pigments 0.5 mass% of these composites in comparison to coating modified with the same amount of polyaniline hexacyanoferrate. The salt spray and EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy) investigations were carried out according to the PN-EN ISO 9227:2017 and PN-EN ISO 16773-2:2016 standards. The EIS test was performed for six weeks, with weekly impedance measurements. The results showed highest anticorrosion resistance of coatings modified with PANI-hexacyanoferrate-nano-TiO2 composites, especially the composite obtained in solution of sulfuric acid. Key words: corrosion, steel, exposure tests, conductive polymers, titanium dioxide

 

New corrosion protective coatings were proposed and long term corrosion tests were performed. These coatings, based on modified polyaniline, showed that hexacyanoferrate improved their anticorrosion properties. Our recent research gives some information about the increasing oxygen diffusivity barrier when nano-TiO2 is added. The goal of this paper was to check if there is a synergy effect between these two compounds. The polyaniline-hexacyanoferrate-nano-TiO2 composites were prepared by in situ oxidative polymerization of aniline in solutions of two different inorganic acids. The corrosion tests were carried out on carbon steel substrates coated by alkyd coatings (using frame film applicator, one-coat application) containing the anticorrosion pigments 0.5 mass% of these composites in comparison to coating modified with the same amount of polyaniline hexacyanoferrate. The salt spray and EIS (Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy) investigations were carried out according to the PN-EN ISO 9227:2017 and PN-EN ISO 16773-2:2016 standards. The EIS test was performed for six weeks, with weekly impedance measurements. The results showed highest anticorrosion resistance of coatings modified with PANI-hexacyanoferrate-nano-TiO2 composites, especially the composite obtained in solution of sulfuric acid. Key words: corrosion, steel, exposure tests, conductive polymers, titanium dioxide

 

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