Published: Jan 1937
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The author discusses the various uses of organic acids in the preparation and maintenance of stainless steels. Included is a review of the fundamental properties of organic acids, and a discussion of the methods of use in acid and alkaline cleaning, electropolishing, and the application of oxalate coatings. Emphasis is placed on providing a state-of-the-art survey of these current and potential uses of organic acids.
cleaning, stainless steels, chelating agents, finishing, acidity, buffering
Blume, W. J.
Technical service representative, Pfizer Chemicals Division, Brooklyn, N.
Paper ID: STP41373S