Corrosion Inhibitors in Cooling Water
16 November 2012

In industrial cooling water systems, copper and its alloys are widely used because of their superior heat transfer properties. These materials are, however, susceptible to corrosion. Azoles are commonly used to protect copper and its alloys from corrosion. In this application note from Metrohm these corrosion inhibitors are quantified by ion chromatography with UV/VIS detection.

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