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|Title:||Corrosion mitigation characteristics of some novel organoselenium thiourea derivatives for acid pickling of C1018 steel via experimental and theoretical study|
|Author(s):||Abd El‑Lateef, Hany M.|
Khalaf, Mai M.
Gouda, Mohamed A.
Yousef, T. A.
Kenawy, Sayed H.
Abou-Krisha, Mortaga M.
|Abstract:||Two organoselenium thiourea derivatives, 1-(4-(methylselanyl)phenyl)-3-phenylthiourea (DS036) and 1-(4-(benzylselanyl)phenyl)-3-phenylthiourea (DS038) were produced and categorized using FTIR and NMR (1H and 13C). The effectiveness of the above two compounds as C-steel corrosion inhibitors in molar HCl was evaluated using the potentiodynamic polarization (PD) and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) techniques. PD findings indicate that DS036 and DS038 have mixed-type features. EIS results show that growing their dose not only changes the polarization resistance of C-steel from 18.53 to 363.64 and 463.15 Ω cm2 but also alters the double layer capacitance from 710.9 to 49.7 and 20.5 μF cm−2 in the occurrence of 1.0 mM of DS036 and DS038, respectively. At a 1.0 mM dose, the organoselenium thiourea derivatives displayed the highest inhibition efficiency of 96.65% and 98.54%. The inhibitory molecule adsorption proceeded along the Langmuir isotherm on the steel substrate. The adsorption-free energy of the adsorption process was also intended and indicated a combined chemical and physical adsorption on the C-steel interface. FE-SEM studies support the adsorption and protective abilities of the OSe-based molecule inhibitor systems. In Silico calculations (DFT and MC simulations) explored the attraction between the studied organoselenium thiourea derivatives and corrosive solution anions on a Fe (110) surface. The obtained results show that these compounds can make a suitable preventing surface and control the corrosion rate.|
|Open Access:||Open access publication|
|License:||(CC BY 4.0) Creative Commons Attribution 4.0|
|Journal Title:||Scientific reports|
|Publisher:||Macmillan Publishers Limited, part of Springer Nature|
|Appears in Collections:||Open Access Publikationen der MLU|