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Evaluation of the Possibility of using Diatomite Natural Mineral as a Composite Agent in Acrylic Coating

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In the present study the possibility of the commercially available acryl and diatomite earth (DE) mineral as a composite coating for corrosion protection of Mg alloys has been evaluated. The acrylic coating is used as a top coating in a wide field of applications like automotive, aerospace, medicine and electronics where it shows beneficial properties. Diatomite-dispersed acrylic paint was applied over the substrate by conventional spray technique with an air pressure of 3 kg cm−2. Firstly the acryl was mixed with hardener and then the DE was added to the mixture. Four types of coating with 0, 2, 4, 8 g/L DE have been prepared. The results show that adding up to 4 g/L of the DE improved the corrosion resistance and produced a coating with acceptable surface roughness.

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Farzaneh, A., Erol, M., Mermer, O. et al. Evaluation of the Possibility of using Diatomite Natural Mineral as a Composite Agent in Acrylic Coating. Prot Met Phys Chem Surf 54, 99–103 (2018). https://doi.org/10.1134/S2070205118010227

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