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Impact of additives on corrosion rate of cans filled with pieces of apricot

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Author(s): Tošković D.V. | Rajković Miloš B. | Stanojević D.D.

Journal: Journal of Agricultural Sciences
ISSN 1450-8109

Volume: 50;
Issue: 1;
Start page: 61;
Date: 2005;
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Keywords: tinplate | additives | sodium-benzoate | potassium-sorbate | sodium-lauril-sulphate | p-aminobenzoate acid

ABSTRACT
Polarization techniques are used for testing the impact of different compounds (additives) on tinplate corrosion, using pieces of apricot dipped in syrup with and without nitrate addition as electrolyte solution, at the same time using filled cans as electrolytic cell and operating electrode. This procedure determined the intensity of inhibiting tin dissolving with some of the used additives like sodium-benzoate, potassium-sorbate sodium-lauril-sulphate and p-aminobenzoate acid. Adding these additives to canned pieces of apricot in syrup led to inhibiting of tin dissolving, which was experimentally proved.
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