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Corrosion studies have attracted considerable interest in the areas of materials chemistry and industrial chemistry, as it affects the direct and indirect costs of industry, leading to huge economic setbacks due to the need for repair, maintenance, and even shutdowns due corrosion damage. This new volume is a comprehensive resource that presents new and up-to-date, theoretical, and experimental corrosion inhibition studies. * Corrosion Science: Theoretical and Practical Applications* provides an introduction and overview of corrosion science and presents theoretical and experimental studies to mitigate damage from corrosion. Taking an interdisciplinary perspective, this volume is a rich resource of studies and experiments toward solutions that are cost-effective, environmentally friendly, and low in maintenance.
The chapters cover an array of topics on the study of corrosion science, exploring different types of materials and various methods of corrosion inhibition. Topics include the use of oil and plant extracts, the application of density functional theory to study anticorrosiove effects, the use of infrared spectroscopy, the introduction of new hybrid sol-gel coatings, an atomistic simulation method, a dynamic electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (DEIS) technique, and much more.
This book offers important information on the mechanisms of corrosion science in theory and practice as well as a wealth of corrosion prevention and protection methods.
Savas Kaya is Associate Professor of Inorganic Chemistry at Sivas Cumhuriyet University, Health Services Vocational School, Department of Pharmacy, Sivas, Turkey. He earned a doctorate degree in 2017 in the field of theoretical inorganic chemistry. His research is concerned with theoretical chemistry, computational chemistry, materials science, corrosion science, physical inorganic chemistry, and coordination chemistry. Savas Kaya has published more than 140 papers in international journals indexed SCI and SCI; his h-index is 26. He is the editor of the books Conceptual Density Functional Theory and Its Applications in the Chemical Domain and Corrosion Science: Theoretical and Practical Applications. He is the author of 10 book chapters. Recently, he introduced the Kaya chemical reactivity approach and the Kaya combined reactivity descriptor and proposed many electronic structure principles.
Ime Bassey Obot, PhD, is an Associate Professor at the Interdisciplinary Research Center for Advanced Materials (IRC-AM) at King Fahd University of Petroleum and Minerals (KFUPM), Dhahran, Saudi Arabia. Dr. Obot has authored/co-authored over 200 research articles in international peer-reviewed journals of wide readership as well as critical reviews and book chapters. He is a recipient of three US patents and several invention disclosures. He is on the editorial board of twelve international journals and a reviewer to nearly 100 international ISI journals. Since joining KFUPM, he has won Distinguished A+ in Research consecutively from 2013-2020. He was recently honored by the Rector of KFUPM for his outstanding research. He also teaches corrosion science and engineering course to chemical engineering students at KFUPM. Dr. Obot is a member of many international societies including the National Association of Corrosion Engineers, Italian Corrosion Society (ICS), European Desalination Society, and American Chemical Society. He obtained a BSc in Applied Chemistry at the University of Uyo, Nigeria in 2003, MSc (Physical Chemistry) and PhD (Physical Chemistry-Corrosion Electrochemistry) from the University of Ibadan, Nigeria in 2006 and 2012, respectively.
Demet Özkir, PhD, is currently Associate Professor at Nigde Ömer Halisdemir University, Faculty of Arts & Sciences, Chemistry Department, Nigde, Turkey, since 2019. She was a research assistant at Nigde University from 2004 to 2012 and also an assistant professor (2012-2019) at the same university. She is a member of the Corrosion Association of Turkey. Her research interests are corrosion and green inhibitors and synthesizing application-oriented organic corrosion inhibitors. She received her BSc in 2002 from the Chemistry Department of Faculty of Arts and Sciences, Selçuk University, Turkey, and her MSc in 2005 from the same university. She obtained her PhD in 2012 in physical chemistry from the Nigde University.
Goncagül Serdaroglu works at Sivas Cumhuriyet University (Mathematics and Science Education Department), Turkey, as Assistant Professor. Her primary research fields are chemical reactivity behavior of the pharmaceutically important molecules by using computational tools. Recently, she has focused on the spectroscopic (IR, NMR, UV) and NLO (nonlinear optic) properties of the molecular systems. She has published 30 research papers in the journals related to computational theoretical chemistry, including the International Journal of Molecular Liquids, Journal of Molecular Structure, Journal of Quantum Chemistry, etc. She earned her PhD degree from Sivas Cumhuriyet University (Theoretical Chemistry) and was a postdoctoral fellow with Prof. Joseph Vincent Ortiz in the Chemistry and Biochemistry Department, Auburn University, Alabama, USA.
Ambrish Singh, PhD, is Professor in the School of New Energy and Materials, Southwest Petroleum University, China. He is leading the Corrosion Research Group with master's students and PhD students and postdoctoral researchers. His research interests are mainly focused on corrosion, electrochemistry, green chemistry, quantum chemistry, smart coatings, polymers, nanomaterials, composites, and petroleum engineering. Before moving to China, Dr. Singh worked as Assistant Professor in the Department of Chemistry at Lovely Professional University, Phagwara, Punjab, India. He has published more than 120 SCI peer-reviewed research papers in high-impact journals. He is acting as a reviewer for more than 40 high-impact journals and as editor for several journals. He is included as a board member for several journals and has been invited to present his work at several national and international conferences, seminars, and workshops. He received the prestigious Sichuan 1000 Talent Award from the Sichuan government, China, for his outstanding research contributions as a faculty. He also received the President's Award for exceptional postdoctoral research work and the Young Scientist Award from the Council of Science and Technology, Lucknow, India. He received a best oral presentation award in Sanya, China, during a Global Conference on Materials Science and Engineering. He has drafted five patents and granted one patent based on his new and innovative findings in China. He has finished several state and provincial projects in China and India. He is also serving as a consultant for a project on corrosion inhibitor for CO2 environment from Saudi Arabia. He is a member of the National Association for Corrosion Engineers, Society of Petroleum Engineers, and American Chemical Society.