Metal and alloy coatings to prevent corrosion
This special issue belongs to
|Journal of Thin Films, Coating Science Technology & Application|
Deadline for Manuscript Submission
|March 31st, 2023|
Deadline for Publication
|April 15, 2022|
Special Issue Description
The creation of a new, ecologically acceptable covering to prevent corrosion on metallic surfaces has sparked a lot of interest in material science during the past few years. Because they release their active ingredients in a controlled manner to stop cracks from spreading in the protective coating, smart self-healing coatings have shown promise in avoiding the corrosion of metals and alloys in a variety of technological applications.
Material scientists have taken a keen interest in these coatings because they have active responses to local environmental changes and passive matrix functionality. The materials used to create smart coatings have specific chemical, physical, mechanical, and electrical properties. These intelligent coatings react to environmental changes like pressure, heat, and chemical reactions.
The preparation methods, functional and reactive components, and their uses and applications are the main criteria used to categorize smart coatings.
Self-cleaning, microcapsule healing, self-healing, and anticorrosion coatings are examples of typical coatings. Smart coatings have multiple functions, including sensing, protection, and healing, in the process of shielding metallic substrates. This analysis attempts to highlight the newest developments in smart coatings with self-healing capabilities. the various smart coatings' preparation.
*Corrosion protection *Cracks propagation *Microcapsule *Anticorrosion *Metallic substrates *Protective coat
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