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Journal of The Surface Finishing Society of Japan
Despite thier thinness, films applied to weathering steel using a phosphoric acid-iron oxide-PVB rust stabilization surface treatment act to inhibit rust formation and to suppress "rust outflow". The following conclusions were reached in a study of the reasons for the treatment's effectiveness. (1) The treatment film exhibits cation selectivity in a NaCl solution and KCl solution and anion selectivity in a FeCl2 solution and FeCl3 solution. Accordingly, by acting to suppress the diffusion ofdoi:10.4139/sfj.47.366 fatcat:va4iax23dvflpgk3ksab4win5y