Advances in Corrosion Science and Technology by Warren P. Iverson (auth.), Mars G. Fontana, Roger W. Staehle

By Warren P. Iverson (auth.), Mars G. Fontana, Roger W. Staehle (eds.)

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Bacteriol. 27(1), 174-181 (1964). 15. M. Tanaka, An Estimate of Corrosion Losses to Underground Cables and Pipe Lines in Japan, Corros. 12, 513t-514t (1956). 16. J. Bunker, Microbiological Experiments in Anaerobic Corrosion, J. Soc. Chern. Ind. (London) 58, 93-100 (1939). 17. K. R. Butlin, The Bacterial Sulfur Cycle, Res. (London) 6, 184-191 (1953). 18. W. J. Copenhagen, Sulfur as a Factor in the Corrosion of Iron and Steel Structures in the Sea, Trans. Roy. Soc. S. Africa 22, 103-127 (1934). 19.

6. 2mM FeS; 0, with 5 mM FeS. ) produced suspensions of ferrous sulfide (Fig. 6). In their classic paper on the bacterial cathodic depolarization theory, von Wolzogen Kiihr and van der Vlugt5 mentioned several times that FeS was present in the highly corrosive anaerobic soils that they studied. Workers at the National Chemical Laboratory, Teddington,84 had also observed a greatly increased loss of weight in specimens of mild steel that were covered with a precipitate of ferrous sulfide compared to those that were not covered.

70. G. H. Booth and A. K. Tiller, Polarization Studies of Mild Steel in Cultures of Sulfate-Reducing Bacteria. Part 3. Halophilic Organisms, Trans. Faraday Soc. 58, 2510-2516 (1962). 71. G. H. Booth, P. M. Shinn, and D. S. Wakerly, in Congr. Int. de fa Corrosion Marine et de Salissures, pp. 363-371, CREO, Paris (1964). 72. F. H. Meyer, O. L. Riggs, R. L. McGlasson, and J. D. Sudbury, Corrosion Products of Mild Steel in Hydrogen Sulfide Envinronments, Carras. 14, 109t-115t (1958). 73. J. B. Sardisco and R.

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