Plastic Waste Recycling as Green Corrosion Inhibitors for Steel in a Variety of Corrosive Media
The goal of this chapter is to present a series of experiments aimed at minimising pollution by converting plastic waste into valuable items, as well as to examine the inhibitory effect of plastic waste on steel alloy corrosion in diverse aquatic environments. PET plastic waste was used as an economical and safe corrosion inhibitor for steel in corrosive conditions such as hydrochloric acid, sulfuric acid, acetic acid, formic acid, nitric acid, and aqueous saline. The outcomes of Poly’s evaluation are detailed in the present section (ethylene terephthalate), PET waste and modified products were tested chemically and electrochemically as corrosion inhibitors for steel in a variety of media. The chapter summarises all scientific efforts and highlights Reda Abdel Hameed’s new approach, which is a fresh approach that involves green recycling of plastic trash using a solvent-free green approach and employing the changed product as green corrosion inhibitors.
Author (s) Details
Reda Abdel Hameed Abdelghany Said
Chemistry Department, Faculty of Science, Al- Azhar University, 11884, Cairo, Egypt and Basic Science Department, Preparatory Year, University of Ha’il, 1560, Hail, KSA.
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