The development of new protective organic coatings is affected by a number of factors, the most important ones at present being those related to environmental acceptability of anticorrosive pigments. An effective solution has been shown to be the application of anticorrosive inorganic pigments based on mixed metal oxides. These pigments consist of spinel and rutile lattice structures. In order to examine the anticorrosive properties, the individual pigments prepared were added to alkyd and styrene‐acrylate based test coatings. Both the anticorrosion efficiencies, and the mechanisms of action of the pigments were also evaluated.
Kalendová, A. and Brodinová, J. (2003), "Spinel and rutile pigments containing Mg, Ca, Zn and other cations for anticorrosive coatings", Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 50 No. 5, pp. 352-363. https://doi.org/10.1108/00035590310492270
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