Current experimental verification, computational modeling, and machine learning methods for predicting corrosion inhibition efficiency (IE) are limited to specific inhibitor categories with high cost and poor generalization. In this study, a cross-category corrosion inhibitor dataset is constructed and a three-level direct message passing neural network (3 L–DMPNN) model using molecular structure information that integrates atomic-level, chemical bond-level, and molecular-level features to predict the IEs of compounds in a specific environment is established. This work demonstrates that the 3 L–DMPNN model can predict IEs of cross-category corrosion inhibitors from other independent literature and experimental dataset effectively and quickly.
|Number of pages||12|
|Publication status||Published - 2022|
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- Corrosion inhibitors
- Machine learning
- Message passing neural network
- Molecular structure