Reports on the preparation of some organic corrosion inhibitors, carried out by the reaction of epoxidized linseed oil free fatty acids with different aliphatic amines under the effect of γ‐ray irradiation. Notes that chemical and instrumental methods were used for identification of the reaction products and that the prepared inhibitors were tested for corrosion protection of steel surfaces by incorporating them in some chlorinated rubber varnishes. Reports that the physical, chemical and corrosion protective properties of the varnish films were studied. Concludes that the prepared inhibitors can be used in small quantities to provide varnishes of excellent adhesion and superior protective properties. Contends, also, that increase of the radiation dose during preparation of the inhibitors and/or during the drying process of the varnish films increases the protective properties of the formed films.
Ibrahim, M., Mohsen, R. and El‐Sawy, S. (1996), "γ‐rays irradiation for preparation of some organic corrosion inhibitors and production of highly adhering anti‐corrosive varnishes of superior protective properties", Anti-Corrosion Methods and Materials, Vol. 43 No. 4, pp. 18-26. https://doi.org/10.1108/eb007397Download as .RIS
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