Studies on the Sub-Coating Enviroment of Coated Iron Using Qualitative Ellipsometric and Electrochemical Techniques 810143
Transparent organic coatings on iron are used to simulate painted metal surfaces for simultaneous ellipsometric and electrochemical measurements. These studies show that significant changes occur both in the metal oxide film and in the sub-coating environment during prolonged immersion in dilute C1- media. The relationship of these changes to phenomena such as metal passivation, coating delamination, and inhibitor behavior are addressed.
Citation: Ritter, J. and Kruger, J., "Studies on the Sub-Coating Enviroment of Coated Iron Using Qualitative Ellipsometric and Electrochemical Techniques," SAE Technical Paper 810143, 1981, https://doi.org/10.4271/810143. Download Citation
J.J. Ritter, J. Kruger
Chemical Stability and Corrosion Div. National Bureau of Standards
SAE International Congress and Exposition
Corrosion-SP-0485, SAE 1981Transactions-V90-A