Collier, Harvest L.
4th Annual UMR Undergraduate Research Symposium (1994: Mar. 23, Rolla, MO)
This research was performed to study the possibility of attaching a metal corrosion inhibitor to recycled glass powder. Such a material would be useful as a corrosion inhibitor component for metal substrate coatings. The major experiments performed were first to produce a metal corrosion inhibitor (Irgacor 153)/silane coupling agent (3-(chloropropyl)trimethoxysilane) adduct and secondly to attach this corrosion inhibitor/silane adduct onto the surface of glass. To test feasibility, qualitative corrosion tests were performed using steel wool as the corroding metal and a number of product samples.
23 Mar 1994
Pierce, Theresa, "Development of a Recycled Glass Corrosion Inhibitor for Surface Coatings and Concrete Applications" (1994). Opportunities for Undergraduate Research Experience Program (OURE). 11.