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  • Authors: Dinh Thuy, Hang (2015)

  • Corrosion of iron presents a serious economic problem. Whereas aerobic corrosion is a chemical processr, anaerobic corrosion is frequently linked to the activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB)'z 6. SRB are supposed to act upon iron primarily by produced hydrogen sulphide as a corrosive agent3,s,7 and by consumption of 'cathodic hydrogen' formed on iron in contact with water2-6'8. Among SRB, Desufovibrio species-with their capacity to consume hydrogen effectively-are conventionally regarded as the main culprits of anaerobic corrosion2 6,8-10; however, the underlying mechanisms are complex and insufficiently understood. Here we describe novel marine, corrosiye types of S...

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  • Authors: Dinh Thuy, Hang (2015)

  • Corrosion of iron presents a serious economic problem. Whereas aerobic corrosion is a chemical processr, anaerobic corrosion is frequently linked to the activity of sulphate-reducing bacteria (SRB)'z 6. SRB are supposed to act upon iron primarily by produced hydrogen sulphide as a corrosive agent3,s,7 and by consumption of 'cathodic hydrogen' formed on iron in contact with water2-6'8. Among SRB, Desufovibrio species-with their capacity to consume hydrogen effectively-are conventionally regarded as the main culprits of anaerobic corrosion2 6,8-10; however, the underlying mechanisms are complex and insufficiently understood. Here we describe novel marine, corrosiye types of S...