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A Review of Nanoparticle Coating with Galvanized Steel and Industrially Significant Zinc Corrosion Inhibitors

Saraswati Kumari Ola, Ishita Chopra, Priyanka Choudhary, Veena Dhaya, Triveni Ola and Anand Kumar

Review Article

Recently, tremendous interest has been devoted to zinc as an important metal in the semiconducting industry due to their electrical and optical properties. Zinc’s principal applications are galvanization and as an anode in batteries. Galvanized steel, which is steel coated with zinc, is frequently used in industries. Even while zinc shields many metals from corrosion, it itself corrodes in a variety of acidic and neutral situations. Zinc’s corrosive behaviour is relevant in all sectors where it is used directly or indirectly as a protective coating. Many inhibitors may be combined to form good inhibitors with an inhibition effectiveness of 80–90%. This study summarizes three decades of research on corrosion and inhibition investigations of zinc and galvanized steel.

Published on: November 08, 2022
doi: 10.17756/nwj.2022-s1-029
Citation: Ola SK, Chopra I, Choudhary P, Dhayal V, Ola T, et al. 2022. A Review of Nanoparticle Coating with Galvanized Steel and Industrially Significant Zinc Corrosion Inhibitors. NanoWorld J 8(S1): S185-S193.

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