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E-Journal of Chemistry
Volume 6, Issue 4, Pages 1240-1246

Corrosion Study of Metals in Marine Environment

R. T. Vashi1 and H. K. Kadiya2

1Department of Chemistry, Navyug Science College, Surat-395009, Gujarat, India
2C. U. Shah Science Science College, Ashram road, Ahmedabad-380014, India

Received 4 March 2009; Accepted 24 April 2009

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Atmospheric corrosion rate of Al, Zn and mild steel (MS) as well as salinity and sulphation rate have been determined under outdoor exposure at Tithal (Dist. Valsad) situated in South Gujarat, India. MS samples exposed vertically suffer less corrosion than those exposed at an angle of 45°. Monthly corrosion rate was in the decreasing order of Al <Zn <Ms; whereas yearly rate also follow the same trend.