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If barnacle shells are torn loose, the underlying coating usually comes off with it. 34 Warren P. Iverson Breakdown of Corrosion Inhibitors In closed aqueous systems, various corrosion inhibitors are frequently employed. An inhibitor such as chromate may also be inhibitory to microbial growth. Nitrite, an inhibitor for iron corrosion, was found by Lundgren and Krikszens ll6 to be utilized by nitrite-oxidizing bacteria (Nitrobacter agilis) and thereby rendered ineffective. Nitrate, an inhibitor of aluminum corrosion, was found by Blanchard and Goucher96 to be reduced to nitrite (ineffective as a corrosion inhibitor for aluminum) by hydrocarbon-oxidizing bacteria, primarily by Pseudomonas aeruginosa.
Cobb76 first showed in 1911 that FeS forms galvanic cells with Fe, through use of the ferroxyl indicator. Stumper,76 also noted a high corrosion rate of steel in direct contact with FeS. Ginter77 had observed that sulfide-containing scale on corroded steel tanks was cathodic to the bare iron. A corrosion rate of 800 mpy was reported by Treseder78 when this sulfide scale from corroded equipment was placed on a mild steel coupon in an air-free, quiescent H 2S laboratory test system (similar to the NACE sour corrosion test).
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Advances in Corrosion Science and Technology by Warren P. Iverson (auth.), Mars G. Fontana, Roger W. Staehle (eds.)