STP516

    Prevention of Hydrogen Blistering and Corrosion by Organic Inhibitors in Hydrocarbon Systems of Varying Composition

    Published: Jan 1972


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    Abstract

    The inhibition of the corrosion of steel, caused by hydrogen sulfide, was studied at various pH ranges in the presence of an oil phase. Oil-soluble filming amine-type inhibitors are effective in stopping acid corrosion. At 7.7 pH, only two of the oil-soluble inhibitors tested had any effect. At 10 pH, in the presence of cyanide ion, only the water-soluble inhibitors are effective.

    Keywords:

    corrosion, corrosion tests, corrosion prevention, cyanides, inhibitors, pH, evaluation, hydrogen sulfide, tests


    Author Information:

    Nathan, CC
    Senior research associate, senior research chemist, and research chemist, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pa.

    Dulaney, CL
    Senior research associate, senior research chemist, and research chemist, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pa.

    Leary, MJ
    Senior research associate, senior research chemist, and research chemist, Betz Laboratories, Inc., Trevose, Pa.


    Paper ID: STP35423S

    Committee/Subcommittee: G01.11

    DOI: 10.1520/STP35423S


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