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Electrochemical Hydrogen and Metals: Absorption, Diffusion and Embrittlement Prevention in Corrosion and Electroplating
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Authors: Sergei Beloglazov (Immanuel Kant University of Kaliningrad, Kaliningrad, Russia) 
Book Description:
Electrochemical hydrogen evolves both in the cathodic process of corrosion on the interface aqueous solution of electrolyte / Me (steel) and in the cathodic processes of Me (Zn, Cd, Ni, Cr, Sn, Cu, etc) electrodeposition for steel corrosion protection. Absorption of the part of cathodic discharged hydrogen deteriorates all mechanical properties of metal and results in hydrogen embrittlement. During the last three decades, many works on research of systems H-Me have been published and the new materials extremely sensitive to hydrogen fragility have appeared. This new and important book reviews research results concerning the influence of organic brightening compounds on steel hydrogen embrittlement at electrodeposition of the above mentioned metals.

Table of Contents:
Preface

1. Interaction of Hydrogen with Iron and Steel;pp. 1-72

1.1. Short History of Occurrence of a Problem Hydrogen Metal

1.2. The Basic Parameters of Hydrogen

1.3. Hydrogen Existence Forms in Iron and its Alloys

1.4. Diffusion and Absorption of Hydrogen

1.5. Influence of Externally Static and Dynamic Loadings and Deformations

1.5.1. Influence of Plastic Deformation of Metal on Absorption of Hydrogen

1.5.2. Influence of Elastic Deformation of Metal on Absorption of Hydrogen

1.5.3. Cracks Development in Steels under Action of the Hydrogen and Stress

1.5.4. Hydrogen Distribution in Stressed Steels under Cathodic Protection in Moving Sea Water

1.6. Influence of Interstitial and Substitution Impurity in a Metal Lattice on Diffusion and Solubility of Hydrogen

1.7. Influence of a Condition of a Surface of Metal on Absorption of Cathodic Evolved Hydrogen

1.8. Influence of Grain Size of Steel on its Permeability for Hydrogen

1.9. Hydrogen, Phase Transformations and Mechanical Characteristics
of Metals

2. Hydrogen Embrittlement;pp. 73-128

2.1. Nature and Mechanisms of Hydrogen Embrittlement

2.2. Delayed Steel Rupture

2.2.1. Phenomenology of Metal Destruction by Delayed Fracture

2.2.2. Destruction of the Boiler Steel by Thermomechanical Stresses

2.2.3. Destruction of Vessel Pipe Steel by Mechanical Stresses

2.2.4. Destruction of Shipbuilding Steels by Hydrogen Absorption

2.2.5. Hydrogen Embrittlement of Prestressed Steel for Reinforced concrete

2.2.6. Destruction of Pipe Steel on Pipelines

2.3. Hydrogen Absorption Control in Corrosion Processes by Oil and Gas Production

3. Absorption of Hydrogen by Basic Metal in Electroplating Processes;pp. 129-200

3.1. Hydrogen Absorption Steel at Electrodeposition of Zinc

3.2. Action of Organic Hydrogen Absorption Inhibitors at Electrodeposition of Zinc

3.3. Hydrogen Absorption by Steel in Electrodeposition of Cadmium

3.4. Action of Organic Additives on Hydrogen Absorption at Cadmium Plating

3.5. Hydrogen Absorption of Cathode Metal at Electrodeposition of Tin and its Alloys

3.6. Hydrogen Absorption by Nickel Plating

3.7. Reduction of Hydrogen Absorption by Nickel Plating in Electrolytes with Organic Additives

3.8. Hydrogen Absorption by Steel in Chromium Plating

3.9. Action of Organic Inhibitors of Hydrogen Absorption at Chromium Plating

3.10. Hydrogen Absorption by Copper Plating

3.11. Action of Organic Inhibitors of Hydrogen Absorption at Copper Plating

4. Removal of Hydrogen, Absorbed by Steel in Electrochemical Treatment;pp. 201-210 Treatment

4.1. Steel Heating for Removal of Hydrogen Absorbed at Electrochemical Degreasing and Pickling

4.2. Tempering of Steel for Removal of Hydrogen, Absorbed at Chromium Plating

4.3. Tempering of Steel for Removal of Hydrogen, Absorbed at Zinc and Cadmium Plating

4.4. Removal of Hydrogen, Absorbed by Steel in Electrochemical Treatment

References

Index

   Series:
      Chemistry Research and Applications
   Binding: Hardcover
   Pub. Date: 2011
   Pages: 6 x 9, 260 pp.
   ISBN: 978-1-61668-783-0
   Status: AV
  
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