Corros. Mater. Degrad., Volume 1, Issue 3 (December 2020) – 5 articles
Cover Story (view full-size image): Corrosion is a naturally occurring phenomenon, and the formulation of more protective coatings that can be employed to prevent or minimise corrosion is especially important in the modern world. The opportunities to develop new protective coatings have never been so rich with the emergence of a host of new two-dimensional materials. In this review, the corrosion protection afforded by graphene is described and discussed, highlighting issues with galvanic corrosion and the more encouraging results obtained with functionalised graphene oxide. This is then followed with an account of graphene-like materials, including hexagonal boron nitride and graphitic carbon nitride. View this paper.
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