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A composite coating was made on a mild steal surface via electrodeposition. The electrochemical impedance, potentiodynamic polarization, and weight loss measurements were all made to find the corrosion behavior of the composite coatings with respect to time on the metal surface. The electrochemical studies revealed higher resistance of the composites to corrosion with extended service life compared to nickel coating alone on steel.
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Composites coating of multiwall nanotube was found to be more effective in corrosion mitigation with extended service life compared to single coating alone on steel.
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This page is a summary of: Electrochemical and theoretical investigation of triazole derivatives on corrosion inhibition behavior of copper in hydrochloric acid medium, Corrosion Science, May 2013, Elsevier,
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