Inorganic Chemistry

Chromate Conversion Coating and Alternatives as Corrosion-Resistant Treatments for Metal Parts

J Scott McIndoe University of Victoria

Abstract

Chromate conversion coating is an efficacious and fast means of protecting metal parts from corrosion, but problematic in that it uses the toxic and carcinogenic chromic acid as the reagent. This short report covers some key considerations and alternatives.

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