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Number and percent coverage of corrosion tubercles, and surface roughness measurements for steel coupons from different experimental treatments.

By Siqian Huang (6707825), Celine Bergonzi (6525095), Michael Schwab (2793655), Mikael Elias (128712) and Randall E. Hicks (1975411)


<p>Mean values and standard deviations are shown (n = 3). Means followed by one or two asterisks were different from the silica gel coating control at the significance levels of p<0.05 or p<0.01, respectively. There were no differences in surface roughness (SRa) between any treatments (p’s>0.05).</p

Topics: Biochemistry, Microbiology, Ecology, Biological Sciences not elsewhere classified, Chemical Sciences not elsewhere classified, MIC, coating additives, surfactin, Duluth Superior Harbor, V 4 region, 16 S rRNA gene, steel Microbial colonization, biocorrosion, corrosion tubercles, DSH, Experimental steel coupons, quorum quenching lactonases, Biocorrosion, USA, surface, quorum quencher coating additives, DNA sequence analysis, quorum quenching lactonase, ESEM, magnesium peroxide
Year: 2019
DOI identifier: 10.1371/journal.pone.0217059.g002
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