Modifications of Passive Films - Prepared by the Working Party on Surface Science and Mechanisms of Corrosion and Protection Cover

Modifications of Passive Films – Prepared by the Working Party on Surface Science and Mechanisms of Corrosion and Protection

ISBN/ASIN: 9781601191908,9780901716521,0901716529,1601191901 | 1994 | English | pdf | 343/354 pages | 26.1 Mb
Publisher: Maney Publishing | Author: by Marcus, P.; Baroux, B.; Keddam, M. (Eds.)

The modification of passive films is a promising method of improving the corrosion resistance of metallic materials. As well as reviewing a wide spectrum of film modifications and their effects on passivity and to corrosion resistance, papers presented at this international symposium deal with chemical composition, chemical states and electronic properties of passive films.
Content:
• Front Matter
• Series Introduction
• Preface
• Table of Contents
•Part I. Chemical and Electronic Properties of Passive Films 1. Influence of Ternary Elements on the Chloride Composition of Passive Films on Iron-Chromium Alloys
2. Composition of Passive Films on Stainless Steels Formed in Neutral Sulphate Solutions
3. Characterisation of Surface Films on FeCrPC Alloys by XPS and X-ray Excited Auger Peaks
4. Modifications of Passive Films Formed on Ni-Cr-Fe Alloys with Chromium Content in the Alloy and Effects of Adsorbed or Segregated Sulphur
5. Influence of Fe and Mo Alloying Elements on the Composition of Passive Films Formed on Ni-Cr Alloys in an Acidic Chloride Solution
6. Depth Composition of Passive Films Grown on Fe-Cr Alloys in Borate Solutions: Influence of the Chromium Bulk Concentration
7. Chemical Composition of Naturally Formed Oxide on MgAl Alloys
8. Examination of Passive Layers on Fe/Cr, Fe/Ni and Cu/Ni Alloys with Ion Scattering Spectroscopy (ISS)
9. In Situ Xanes Studies of the Passive Film on Fe and Fe-26Cr
10. Scanning Tunnelling Microscopy Study of the Atomic Structure of the Passive Film Formed on Nickel Single Crystal Surfaces
11. Atomic-Resolution STM of Passive Films on Fe-Cr Alloys
12. AFM Studies of EFC Round Robin Alloy 516 Relating to the Role of Mo in Passivation
13. Photoelectrochemical Study of Passive Films
14. Modifications of the Structural and Electronic Properties of Thermochemically Formed Passive Films on Fe-Cr Alloys during Long Term Ageing: Influence of Silicon Addition
15. Polarisation and pH Effects on the Semiconducting Behaviour of Passive Films Formed in Chloride Containing Aqueous Solutions
16. Modification of the Passivating Film on Copper in the Presence of Benzotriazole: Photoelectrochemical Characterisation
•Part II. Kinetics of Passivation and Electrochemical Properties of Passive Films 17. Kinetics of Film Formation on Fe-Cr Alloys
18. Influence of Anions on the Electrochemical Behaviour of Passive Iron
19. Modifications of Passive Films on 304 Stainless Steel Investigated by Capacitance Measurements
20. Passive Characteristics of Amorphous Ni-P Alloys
21. Passivity of Chromium in Concentrated and Anhydrous Solutions of Sulphuric Acid
22. Influence of Electrochemical Formation Conditions on the Stability of Passive Layers Formed on Fe17% Cr Stainless Steel in Sulphuric Acid
23. Identifiability and Distinguishability of Passivation Mechanisms by Electrochemical Impedance Spectroscopy and Electrogravimetric Transmittance
24. Electrochemical Dissolution of Fe60Co20Si10B10 Amorphous Alloy and h.e.r Investigation on the Anodically Activated Alloy
25. Growth/Dissolution Processes of Anodic Films Formed on Titanium Under α-Irradiation, Studied by Coupling Electrochemistry and Inductively Coupled Plasma Atomic Emission Spectrometry
26. Characterisation of Passive Layers of Bronze Patinas (Cu-Sn Alloys) in Relation with the Tin Content of the Alloy
27. Hydrogen Permeation Through Passive Films on Iron
28. Hydrogen and Iron Transport Through Passive Oxide Films on Electropolished Iron
•Part III. Surface Treatments and Film Modifications 29. Electrode Reaction Inhibition by Surface Modification and Localised Corrosion Resistance of Stainless Steels in Aqueous Solution
30. Modification of Passive Zinc by Alloying Elements
31. Modification of Passive Films on 304L by Cyclic Polarisation Influence on Film Stability in Acidic Environments
32. Surface Modification of Stainless Steel by an Alternating Voltage Process
33. Modification of Passive Films Composition due to Water Ageing
34. Chromate-free Surface Treatment: MolyPhos – A New Surface Conversion Coating for Zinc. Optimising the Treatment by Corrosion Testing
35. Passive Film Evolution on Stainless Steels with the Medium Composition: Electrochemical Studies in the Presence of Chloride and Molybdate Ions
36. Passive Films on Glassy FeCrPC Alloy – The Role of Phosphorus in Stability
37. Modification of Ta/Ta2O5 Films by Platinum Deposits
38. The Effect of Pretreatments on the Corrosion Behaviour of Aluminium
39. The Effect of Hydrostatic Pressure on the Modification of Passive Films Formed on 316L Stainless Steel in Sea Water
40. Effect of Laser Surface Remelting on Passivity and Its Breakdown on Al-Si Alloys
41. Laser Pulsed Irradiation of Passive Films
42. Irradiation Effects in Anodic Oxide Films of Titanium
43. Modification of Oxide Films by Ion-Implantation and Its Influence on the Corrosion Behaviour
44. Simulation of γ-Ray Effects on Passive Films by Laser Irradiation
45. Passivation of Metals by Plasma-Polymerised Films
•Part IV. Passivity Breakdown 46. Fundamental Aspects in the Design of Passive Alloys
47. In Situ AFM Investigation of Pitting
48. Passivity of Non-Metallic Inclusions in Stainless Steels and their Effect on Resistance Against Pitting
49. Inclusions in Stainless Steels – Their Role in Pitting Initiation
50. Influence of Ion Implanted Molybdenum or Molybdate Solution on Pitting Corrosion of 304 Stainless Steel in Chloride Solutions. Statistical Study by Digital Image Analysis of Pit Initiation and Propagation
51. The Effect of pH and Potentiostatic Polarisation on the Pitting Resistance of Stainless Steels: Relation to Non-metallic Inclusions or Passive Film Modifications
52. Localised Corrosion of Laser Surface Alloyed 7175-T7351 Aluminium Alloy With Chromium
53. The Problem of Convective Diffusion in Laser Pit Initiation
54. Pitting Corrosion of Heat-tinted Stainless Steel
55. Pitting Corrosion Susceptibility of Oxide Layers in the Amorphous Alloy (FexNi1-x)0.8(X, Y)0.2
56. Influence of the Energetic β-Flux on the Corrosion Behaviour of Zr Alloys
57. Influence of Ion Implantation on Corrosion and Stress Corrosion Cracking of 304L Stainless Steel
58. Development of a Neural Network Model for Predicting Damage Functions for Pitting Corrosion in Condensing Heat Exchangers

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