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Gums have been found to be good corrosion inhibitors due to their functional group; they form complexes with metal ions and on the metal surfaces. Most gums have -COOH functional groups, which can increase the contribution of electron or charge transfer and hence facilitate inhibition through adsorption. Methods: The corrosion and inhibition behaviors of mild steel in hydrochloric, sulphuric, and nitric acid in the presence of Cyamopsis tetragonoloba (guar gum) have been studied using thedoi:10.1186/s40543-016-0108-3 fatcat:gqcyd53atrgezeoraqlvg7cziu