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The Synthesis and Evaluation of a Novel Inhibitor DN for Carbon Dioxide Corrosion

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During the oil and gas wells exploitation and transportation, carbon dioxide corrosion is one of main reasons for the corrosion of metallic materials. So the methods of preventing and reducing carbon dioxide corrosion have become a widely focused problem. The foreign and domestic practices and experiences show that as an economic, effective and versatile metal corrosion control method, corrosion inhibitor protection technology is suitable for application in oil and gas transportation system. This paper, through the indoor experiment with benzyl chloride, using quinoline as raw materials, synthesizes a kind of quinoline quaternary ammonium salt. The obtained product benzyl chloride quinoline compounded with OP-10 and ethanol to get a novel inhibitor DN for carbon dioxide corrosion, and to evaluate its performance.

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Liu, Q. , Zhang, T. , Wang, J. , Fan, Z. , Sun, A. and Cheng, D. (2014) The Synthesis and Evaluation of a Novel Inhibitor DN for Carbon Dioxide Corrosion. Open Journal of Composite Materials, 4, 215-219. doi: 10.4236/ojcm.2014.44023.

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