Translation: corrosion microbienne: French-English (Wordscope Legal – English ). Caractérisation de la flore microbienne associée aux phénomènes de corrosion marine: apport de la spectroscopie infrarouge à transformée de Fourier (IRTF). Microbial influenced corrosion of stainless steels in natural waters: Interest of an 2- Les chercheurs, en corrosion microbienne, n’ont pas procédé à une.
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The microbial corrosion|INIS
Richard 1 et D. The electrochemical behavior of stainless steels in natural waters has been characterized with the ennoblement of their free corrosion potential E corr.
This phenomenon is heavily related to the biofilm settlement on their surfaces. Many hypotheses have been suggested to make clear the biofilm action.
These hypotheses can be classified in tow categories: In these hypotheses, the enzymatic catalysis can play an important role by shifting the cathodic process. The catalytic effect of the biofilm has been reported by numerous researchers; however the enzyme use in experiments remains rare.
This can be explained by two principal reasons: These proteins are sensible and can be denatured in the corresponding conditions. The “corrosion enzymes” notions are unaware. Thus, the enzymatic approach still little reported in the literature.
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