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To the Theory of Electrocapillarity

R. R. Salem

 

Higher College of Chemistry, Russian Academy of Sciences, Miusskaya pl. 9, Moscow, 125047 Russia

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Received October 6, 2003

 

Abstract — The possibility of constructing molecular thermodynamics of surface phenomena is demonstrated. It is already 125 years since the main work of J.W. Gibbs “On the Equilibrium of Heterogeneous Substances” [1], where a fundamental theory of capillarity was developed, has been published. Up to now, this theory forms the basis of thermodynamics of almost all the surface phenomena and for exploring novel directions in the surface science.
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Types and Peculiarities of the Corrosion Damage to Metal Equipment of Primary Oil Processing Plants

V. V. Burlov and I. V. Parputs

 

All-Russia Research Institute of Oil Treatment Processes,
Zheleznodorozhnyi pr. 40, St. Petersburg, 192148 Russia
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Received May 28, 2001; in final form, March 4, 2004

 

Abstract — Structural materials and typical corrosion damage to the equipment of primary oil processing plants are considered. The damage and, primarily, the corrosion cracking of austenitic welds is provoked by the steam-ing operations, as well as idle times due to repairs and other cases when corrosive condensates and deposits collected in the equipment. Additional investigations are required to develop protective measures for the equipment against corrosion.
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