Corrosion Behavior of Pure Ti under a Solid NaCl Deposit in a Wet Oxygen Flow at 600 °C
AbstractThe corrosion behavior of pure Ti under a solid NaCl deposit in a wet O2 flow at 600 °C has been studied. The results showed that the corrosion rate was greatly accelerated by solid NaCl, which destroyed the compact and protective TiO2 scale to yield non-protective N4Ti5O12 and other products. Detailed scanning electron microscopy (SEM) equipped with an energy dispersive spectrometer (EDX), and X-ray diffraction (XRD) analysis showed that, during the corrosion process, the metal (Ti) diffused outward rapidly and reacted with the wet O2 to form a thick and porous corrosion products scale. The electrochemical reaction was also observed during the whole corrosion process at 600 °C, which further accelerated the corrosion rate. A possible mechanism has been proposed for pure Ti covered with a solid NaCl deposit in wet O2 at 600 °C, based on the experimental results. View Full-Text
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Fan, L.; Liu, L.; Cao, M.; Yu, Z.; Li, Y.; Chen, M.; Wang, F. Corrosion Behavior of Pure Ti under a Solid NaCl Deposit in a Wet Oxygen Flow at 600 °C. Metals 2016, 6, 72.
Fan L, Liu L, Cao M, Yu Z, Li Y, Chen M, Wang F. Corrosion Behavior of Pure Ti under a Solid NaCl Deposit in a Wet Oxygen Flow at 600 °C. Metals. 2016; 6(4):72.Chicago/Turabian Style
Fan, Lei; Liu, Li; Cao, Min; Yu, Zhongfen; Li, Ying; Chen, Minghui; Wang, Fuhui. 2016. "Corrosion Behavior of Pure Ti under a Solid NaCl Deposit in a Wet Oxygen Flow at 600 °C." Metals 6, no. 4: 72.
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