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Title: Corrosion of mild steel by ferrous sulphide
Category: Papers by Dr R A King
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Catalog No.: 722
Date of Publication: 1972
Price: $25.00 US
Authors: Dr R A King and D S Wakerley
Abstract: The rate of corrosion and corrosion of mild steel in the presence of chemically-prepared ferrous sulphide has been studied. The mild steel appears to corrode by a first-order reaction. Continued high corrosion rates are observed in experiments where ferrous sulphide is added semi-continuously. Approximately 10mg iron are corroded by 1M mol of ferrous sulphide (88mg) at pH 7. The pH has only a small effect on the total corrosion. The presence of CO2 modifies the corrosion rate, but not the total corrosion. Two possible corrosion mechanisms are discussed.
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