In this study, the inhibitory effect of molybdate and dimethromate ions on the pore corrosion behavior of two-phase 2205 stainless steel in 5.3% chloride solution at 60 ° C was investigated. A concentration of 0.01 M increases the potential for cavitation to a greater extent. With the simultaneous use of two pregnancies, the pore corrosion potential was reported to be higher than that of dichromate.

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