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Will zinc bind to metal phosphates?
« on: August 21, 2019, 09:15:42 PM »
Zinc Strearrate is used as anti-corrosion additive in oils. The method of protection is that zinc binds to metal surface creating a layer of stearrate tails sticking away from surface and shielding it from water sicne now the surface is non-polar.

My question is if the same effect will take place in a phosphate layer consisting of iron and manganese phosphate or if in the phosphate matrix the zinc stearrte will be unable to bond to the phosphate surface?

Thanks ahead

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