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New book for corrosion engineers and scientists

Published by
World Pipelines,

A new book is published, available at the NACE Bookstore, called ‘Corrosion Protection of Metals by Intrinsically Conducting Polymers’, by Pravin P. Deshpande and Dimitra Sazou.

The use of conducting polymers for the anticorrosion protection of metals has attracted great interest during the last 30 years.

The design and development of conducting polymers-based coating systems with commercial viability is expected to be advanced by applying nanotechnology and has received substantial attention recently.

This book begins with corrosion fundamentals and ends with an emphasis on developments made in conducting polymer science and technology using nanotechnology. Additionally, it gives a detailed account of experimental methods of corrosion testing.

The book:

  • Offers an integrated approach, involving principles of chemistry, materials science, paint technology and corrosion engineering.
  • Describes, in detail, corrosion basics and corrosion control principles.
  • Discusses scope for future research and commercial applications of the technology
  • Serves as the first available book of its kind on the topic.
  • Includes case studies.

Edited from source by Elizabeth Corner

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