Volume 2:

This volume contains the extended abstracts and the papers presented to the Conference "Advances in Corrosion Protection by Organic Coatings", held in Cambridge, September 1999. The extended abstracts were provided originally as a contribution to the operation of the conference, and are retained here for the record. The are not a formal part of JCSE, and are not subject to the public review process - if you wish to comment on a paper, please wait until the full paper is published.

Note that papers are being added as they are submitted and converted.

Paper 1 Abstract 1: The Influence of Cleaning and Surface Treatment on Filiform Corrosion of Aluminium Alloys,
A.J.Kayes, M.J.Robinson & S.Impey

Paper 2 Abstract 2: Evaluation of Amorphous Zirconia Films as adhesion promoters for organic coatings,
F. J. Rodriguez, L. Fedrizzi, R. Di Maggio, S. Rossi , G. Coco, P. Bonora

Paper 3 Abstract 3: Iron Corrosion Protection By Plasma-Polymerised Coatings,
C. Vautrin-Ul, C. Boisse-Laporte, N. Benissad, A. Chausse, P. Leprince, R. Messina

Paper 4  Abstract 4: Electroreductive Polymerisation and Corrosion Resistance of trans-[RuCl2(vpy)4] on Nd-Fe-B Magnets in Na2SO4 Solution,
Bandeira, M.C.E.; Prochnow, F. D.; Costa, I.; Franco, C.V. 

Paper 5 (published in Volume 1 as Paper 15 before the conference) Abstract 5: Corrosion protection with Organic Metals - Ennobling and Passivation Effect Theoretically and Practically,
Sabine Schr�der

Paper 6 Abstract 6: The Corrosion Resistance of the Different States of Polyaniline Compared with Strontium Chromate in Powder Coating Epoxy on Mild Steel,
M.M..Attar, J.D. Scantlebury and J. Marsh

Paper 7 Abstract 7: Corrosion Performance of the Electropolymerized Phenol Coating on Carbon Steel Electrodes.Polarization Resistance, Voltammetric and FTIR Spectroscopy Study,
F. Cases, L. Ga. Andi�n, P. Garc�s ,R. Lapuente, E. Morall�n and J. L. V�zquez

Paper 8 Abstract 8: Electro-polymerisation of phenol derivatives on zinc-coated steel,
Y. Yoshida, J. Marsh and J. D. Scantlebury

Paper 9 Abstract 9: The Behaviour of Epoxy Powder Coatings on Mild Steel under Alkali Conditions,
A.B. Darwin and J.D. Scantlebury

Abstract 10: Organic Coatings for Cathodic Protection in Atmospheric Condition,

Paper 11 Abstract 11: Statistical analysis of salt spray and EIS testing data concerning organic coated metals,
F. Deflorian, S. Rossi, L. Fedrizzi, P.L. Bonora

Paper 12 Abstract 12: Degradation of Acrylic Coatings on Galvanized Steel,
Amy Forsgren, Niklas Steihed

Paper 13 Abstract 13: Effect of Barrier Pigments on Cathodic Disbonding,
Ole �ystein Knudsen and Unni Steinsmo

Paper 14 Abstract 14: Silane Coatings for Replacement of Phosphate/Chromate Pretreatments of Automotive Metal Sheets,
W.J van Ooij* and Guru Prasad Sundararajan

Paper 15 Abstract 15: Short Term Testing and Real Time Exposure,
James Maxted

Abstract 16: A Simple AC Sensor for the Identification of Pores in Organic Coatings,
J.D. Scantlebury, C.A. Wright, L.M. Callow

Abstract 17: Electric Potential Distribution Measurement of Under-film Corrosion by Scanning Kelvin Probe,
Kazuhiko Honda and Hiromasa Nomura

Paper 18 Abstract 18: An Investigation of the Scribe Behaviour of Protective Organic Coatings using Scanning Reference Electrode (SRET) and Electrochemical Noise Techniques (ENM),
D J Mills, S Mabbutt and R Akid

Paper 19 Abstract 19: An Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy Analysis of Protective Behaviour of Final Coatings on Naval Steel.,
E.C. Bucharsky, E.B. Castro and S.G. Real

Abstract 20: Comparison of the data from two electrochemical techniques for the evaluation of protective coating performance; Current interrupter and AC impedance methods,
Hiroyuki Tanabe and Masanori Nagai

Paper 21 Abstract 21: The Effectiveness of Chromate-free Inhibiting Pigments in Coil-coated Galvanized Steel,
I.M.Zin, S.B.Lyon, S.J.Badger, J.D.Scantlebury, V.I.Pokhmurskii

Abstract 22: A Sol-gel derived anti-corrosion pigment,
J.D. Scantlebury and Dezhu Xiu

Abstract 23: A Financial and Technical Study of Tank Coatings,
L.M. Callow and J.P. Lomas

Paper 24: Metal containing ceramic coatings as an anti-corrosion treatment for steel 
M. Walsh & J. D. Scantlebury

Paper 25 Abstract 25: Using Electrical Impedance Spectroscopy (EIS) to Support Conventional Artificial Perspiration Testing,
J. Marsh

Paper 26: Blistering and Delamination Processes on Coated Steel, 
D. Greenfield & J. D. Scantlebury

Paper 27 Abstract 27: Predictive Testing of Internally Coated Food Cans,
J C P White

Paper 28 Abstract 28: Influence of Ageing on Mechanical Properties of Epoxide Coating,
Danuta Kotnarowska

Abstract 29: Influence of Carboxylic Acids on the Corrosion and SCC Behaviour of Anodic Coated in 3m H2SO4 Al-Alloys,
P. Spathis, E. Papastergiadis, G. Stalidis, G. Papanastasiou

Paper 30 Abstract 30: Characterization of the Electrochemical Events at Intrinsic Breakdown Sites on Organically Coated AA2024-T3 
A.M. Mierisch and S.R. Taylor

Abstract 32: Plasma Polymerised Coatings and Adhesion Enhancement,
M.R. Alexander, G.E. Thompson, T.M. Duc, P. Andrews and E. McAlpine

Abstract 35: Performance Testing of Coatings Using a Reflecting Sensor in a Laser Reflection Photometer,
J�rg Vogelsang, Berthold V�lkel and Michael Grunze

Paper 36: Filiform Corrosion of Aluminium Alloy 3003 H14 under Humid and Immersed Conditions,
Z. Marsh, J. Marsh* and J.D. Scantlebury

Paper 37: Effect of Barrier Pigments on Cathodic Disbonding Part 2: Mechanism of the Effect of Aluminium Pigments
O.�. Knudsen, and U. Steinsmo