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Impedance study of the effect of a thin rust layer at the steel-paint interface on coating deterioration

AuthorsFeliú Jr., S.; Morcillo, Manuel; Feliú Batlle, Sebastián
Issue Date1996
PublisherFederation of Societies for Coatings Technology
CitationJournal of Coatings Technology 68: 33-37 (1996)
AbstractImpedance measurements were used to study the effect of the presence of a lightly prerusted substrate on coating deterioration during exposure to a saline solution. For this purpose, a chlorinated rubber coating was applied over clean and prerusted low carbon steel plates. An important number of replicate specimens were tested to establish the reality of small differences in the impedance behavior of the paint coating. Although individual data were poorly reproducible across the different replicate specimens, statistically significant differences between the average values of paint capacitance and paint resistance for clean and rusted substrates were shown.
Identifiersissn: 0361-8773
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