Effect of Phosphonium-based Ionic Liquids on the Corrosion of Carbon Steel under Gamma Radiation
36th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference - 2012 June 12


Presented at:
36th Annual CNS-CNA Student Conference
2012 June 12
Location:
Saskatoon, Canada
Session Title:
CNS/CNA Student Conference 2012

Authors:
Ryan Morco (Department of Chemistry, Western University )
Jiju Joseph (Western University )
Ahmed Musa (Western University )
J. Clara Wren (University of Western Ontario )
  

Abstract

The interaction of two ionic liquids with carbon steel surfaces were studied in absence and presence of gamma-radiation. Both studied ionic liquids were found to corrode the carbon steel. One of the ionic liquids (labelled [P66614]+ [Br]-) was found to produce corrosion products both with and without radiation present. The second ionic liquid (labelled [P66614]+ [NTf2]-) did not corrode the steel in absence of gamma-radiation, but did corrode it in the presence of gamma-radiation.

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