Sebacate (SB) molecules were incorporated into Ca–Al layered double hydroxides (CaAL-LDH) using a hydrothermal method. The resulting products underwent characterization through X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. To investigate the release kinetics and thermodynamics of the corrosion inhibitor, total organic carbon analysis (TOC) was employed. A comparison was made with CaAl-LDH prepared without corrosion inhibitors, in which nitrates were the primary anions within the layered clay structure. An assessment of anion exchange between nitrates and chlorides was conducted using total nitrogen analysis (TN). The SB anion comprised approximately 49.2% of the total dried powder synthesized, with a maximum release efficiency of around 86.7% fitting a Langmuir model. For the evaluation of the corrosion inhibition effect on steel surfaces, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, potentiodynamic polarization, and scanning vibrating electrode technique were employed. The corrosion inhibition impact was ascribed to the liberation of SB anions from the CaAl-LDH pigments, accompanied by alkalinization stemming from partial particle dissolution. Additionally, the incorporation of organic molecules notably enhanced the stability of pigments in aqueous solutions compared to similar ones hosting nitrates. These findings suggested that CaAl-LDH pigments have potential as nanocontainers for organic inhibitors, showing promising prospects in the field of corrosion research.

Sebacate intercalated Ca–Al layered double hydroxide pigments for corrosion protection of low carbon steel: Anion exchange and electrochemical properties / Cristoforetti, Andrea; Parola, Federico; Parrino, Francesco; Izquierdo, Javier; Souto, Ricardo M.; Rossi, Stefano; Deflorian, Flavio; Fedel, Michele. - In: APPLIED CLAY SCIENCE. - ISSN 0169-1317. - STAMPA. - 250:(2024), p. 107300. [10.1016/j.clay.2024.107300]

Sebacate intercalated Ca–Al layered double hydroxide pigments for corrosion protection of low carbon steel: Anion exchange and electrochemical properties

Cristoforetti, Andrea
Primo
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Parola, Federico
Secondo
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Parrino, Francesco;Rossi, Stefano;Deflorian, Flavio
Penultimo
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Fedel, Michele
Ultimo
2024-01-01

Abstract

Sebacate (SB) molecules were incorporated into Ca–Al layered double hydroxides (CaAL-LDH) using a hydrothermal method. The resulting products underwent characterization through X-ray diffraction, infrared spectroscopy, and scanning electron microscopy. To investigate the release kinetics and thermodynamics of the corrosion inhibitor, total organic carbon analysis (TOC) was employed. A comparison was made with CaAl-LDH prepared without corrosion inhibitors, in which nitrates were the primary anions within the layered clay structure. An assessment of anion exchange between nitrates and chlorides was conducted using total nitrogen analysis (TN). The SB anion comprised approximately 49.2% of the total dried powder synthesized, with a maximum release efficiency of around 86.7% fitting a Langmuir model. For the evaluation of the corrosion inhibition effect on steel surfaces, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy, potentiodynamic polarization, and scanning vibrating electrode technique were employed. The corrosion inhibition impact was ascribed to the liberation of SB anions from the CaAl-LDH pigments, accompanied by alkalinization stemming from partial particle dissolution. Additionally, the incorporation of organic molecules notably enhanced the stability of pigments in aqueous solutions compared to similar ones hosting nitrates. These findings suggested that CaAl-LDH pigments have potential as nanocontainers for organic inhibitors, showing promising prospects in the field of corrosion research.
2024
Cristoforetti, Andrea; Parola, Federico; Parrino, Francesco; Izquierdo, Javier; Souto, Ricardo M.; Rossi, Stefano; Deflorian, Flavio; Fedel, Michele
Sebacate intercalated Ca–Al layered double hydroxide pigments for corrosion protection of low carbon steel: Anion exchange and electrochemical properties / Cristoforetti, Andrea; Parola, Federico; Parrino, Francesco; Izquierdo, Javier; Souto, Ricardo M.; Rossi, Stefano; Deflorian, Flavio; Fedel, Michele. - In: APPLIED CLAY SCIENCE. - ISSN 0169-1317. - STAMPA. - 250:(2024), p. 107300. [10.1016/j.clay.2024.107300]
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