Influence of oligomethylenaryl sulphonates based on the light gas oil of catalytic cracking on the process of biocorrosion

Issue 25(4) 2020
Pages 18-25

M.J. Ibragimova, Institute of Petrochemical Processes named after academician Y.H. Mamedaliev ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan
S.A. Mammadkhanova, Azerbaijan State University of Oil and Industry
A.B. Abdullazade, Azerbaijan State University of Oil and Industry, Baku, Azerbaijan
D.B. Agamaliyeva, Institute of Petrochemical Processes named after Yu.G. Mamedaliev ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan
S.A. Seidova, Institute of Petrochemical Processes named after academician Yu. G. Mamedaliev ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan
N.M. Mammadova, Institute of Petrochemical Processes named after Yu.G. Mamedaliyev ANAS, Baku, Azerbaijan


Keywords: microbiological corrosion, sulfonic acid, aromatic hydrocarbons, sulfate reducing bacteria

doi: 10.31615/j.corros. prot.2020.98.4-2

 

This article presents the results of studies in the field of synthesis of water-soluble salts of oligomethylene aryl sulfonates synthesized using aromatic hydrocarbons contained in the gas oil fraction of the catalytic cracking process of oil as raw materials. Based on the synthesized various salts of oligoaromatic sulfonic acids (sodium, potassium, ammonium salts), solutions of various concentrations (35; 75; 150; 200 mg/l) were prepared and their effect on the vital activity of sulfate-reducing bacteria at a temperature of 30…32 °С for 7…14 days was studied. It was found that complex salts synthesized on the basis of oligomeric sulfonic acids of aromatic hydrocarbons of the gas oil fraction (N-1, N-2, N-3) at a concentration of 150 mg/l exhibit more than 90%, and at a concentration of 200 mg/l, 100% bactericidal effect and completely inhibits the growth of bacteria. It was revealed that the synthesized salts of sulfonic acids exhibit a relatively higher antimicrobial activity against SRB than the industrial bactericidal inhibitors AMDOR-IK-7 and AMDOR-IK-10 taken as a reference. Based on the studies, it was found that the synthesized salts of oligosulfonic acids completely inhibit the growth of sulfate-reducing bacteria at much lower concentrations compared to the industrially used bactericidal inhibitors taken as a reference. In particular, at a concentration of 150 mg/l, the bactericidal effect is more than 90% against 75…80% for the standard.