Effect of Drying Method on Phytochemical Compositions and Inhibition Efficiency of Alchornea Laxiflora and Mucuna Flagellepes Leaves Extracts in Corrosion Prevention
American Journal of Physical Chemistry
Volume 8, Issue 2, June 2019, Pages: 32-40
Received: Jun. 15, 2019;
Accepted: Jul. 13, 2019;
Published: Aug. 13, 2019
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Adebayo Oluwafemi Lawrence, Department of Chemical and Process Engineering, University of Strathclyde, Glasgow, United Kingdom; Chemistry Department, College of Education, Ikere, Nigeria
Emmanuel Folorunso Olasehinde, Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
Labunmi Lajide, Department of Chemistry, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
Daniel Oloruntoba, Department of Metallurgical and Materials Engineering, Federal University of Technology, Akure, Nigeria
This study was aimed at investigating the influence of different drying methods on the photochemical composition and inhibition efficiency of Alchornea laxiflora and Muccuna flagellepes leaves extracts in corrosion prevention. The fresh samples of the leaves were collected, sorted, dried using two different drying methods viz; air drying and sun drying methods. The dried plant samples were ground separately sieved using 0.25µm and then extracted with ethanol using maceration method and then concentrated the filtrate in a water bath at 600C to obtained air dried Alchornea laxiflora leaves (AALL), air dried Muccuna flagellepes leaves (AMFL), sun dried Alchornea laxiflora leaves (SALL) and sun dried Muccuna flagellepes leaves (SMFL) extracts. The extract of each sample was analyzed separately for their phytochemical constituents using appropriate methods. From the results, there was variation in the composition in respect of the phytochemical of interest but it could be concluded that the drying methods have little effect on the phytochemical composition of the studied plant but air drying methods could be adopted as it gave highest content (AALL: Sapolin 45.55 mg/g, tannin 10.58mg/g, flavnoid 7.49mg/g, Terpenoid 7.06 mg/g, Alkaloid 35.61mg/g, phytobalatin 2.43mg/g and cardiac glycoside 4.72mg/g; AMFL: Sapolin 28.55mg/g, Tannin 5.39 mg/g, Flavnoid 6.42 mg/g, Terpenoid 5.94 mg/g, Alkaloid 4.53mg/g, Cardiac glycoside 6.33 mg/g; SALL: Saponin 20.00mg/g, Tannin 4.04 mg/g, Flavnoid 1.91 mg/g, Terpenoid 6.03 mg/g, Alkaloid 12.56 mg/g, Phytobalatin 2.57 mg/g, Cardiac glycoside 3.86mg/g: SMFL: Sapolin 15.00 mg/g, Tannin 3.82 mg/g, Terpenoid 4.82 mg/g, Alkaloid 6.25 mg/g and cardiac glycoside 4.93 mg/g. The corrosion inhibition efficiency of the samples extract on mild steel in 1.0M HCl solution was investigated using weight loss measurements. The weight loss measurement indicates an increase in corrosion inhibition efficiencies that reach 90.02% and 84.92% in AALL and AMFL extract and 79.74% and 72.12 in the SALL and SMFL extract respectively. The weight loss data established that the inhibition efficiency on mild steel increases with increase in the concentration of the plant extracts but decreased with increase in temperature. Thermodynamic parameters such as enthalpy change, entropy change, and activation energy were evaluated. Kinetics of the reaction in the presence of the extracts revealed that it follows a first order reaction and the half-life increased as the concentration of the extract increases.
Adebayo Oluwafemi Lawrence,
Emmanuel Folorunso Olasehinde,
Effect of Drying Method on Phytochemical Compositions and Inhibition Efficiency of Alchornea Laxiflora and Mucuna Flagellepes Leaves Extracts in Corrosion Prevention, American Journal of Physical Chemistry.
Vol. 8, No. 2,
2019, pp. 32-40.
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