Two-Section Model for Adsorption of Tinidazole on Carbon Steel Surface in 3%HCl Solution
This paper has reported a two-section model based on Temkin isotherm for interpreting the adsorption and inhibition properties of tinidazole on 45# carbon steel surface. The results show that the repulsion behavior between the adsorbed molecules turns into interattraction as the concentration of inhibitor is over 400mg/L. And additionally, the withdrawal of adsorbed molecules back into the bulk solution becomes thermodynamically favorable due to the formation of hemi-micelles.
S. T. Zhang et al., "Two-Section Model for Adsorption of Tinidazole on Carbon Steel Surface in 3%HCl Solution", Advanced Materials Research, Vols. 311-313, pp. 922-926, 2011