molybdate

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mo·lyb·date

(mō-lib'dāt),
A salt of molybdic acid.

molybdate

/mo·lyb·date/ (mah-lib´dāt) any salt of molybdic acid.
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Wilcox, GD, Gabe, DR, Warwick, ME, "The Development of Passivation Coatings by Cathodic Reduction in Sodium Molybdate Solutions.
52), (53) In this experiment, it could be clearly appreciated and confirmed that the protective layer is a molybdate film that dissolved as corrosion continued over time (see Fig.
Today, zinc phosphates, modified zinc phosphates, and modifications to silicates, molybdates, and borates are the leading corrosion inhibitors for paints and coatings.
Chromate-free pigments available today are typically phosphates, silicates, borates, molybdates or cyanamides of Zn, Ca, Sr, Al, Ba, Mg, or Ce, and in many cases are mixtures thereof.
While molybdate prices moderated from 2007 to 2012, they remain high compared to other corrosion inhibitors, and pressure to develop molybdate free alternatives will restrain demand for molybdates going forward.
Tungstates, molybdates, carbidonitrides, Green Aluminates and Selenides are being investigated.
The third assay involves colorimetric determination of the liberated phosphate [9] based on the complex reaction between phosphate and molybdate in an acid environment.