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Title Characterization of corrosion products on steel surfaces / Y. Waseda, S. Suzuki (eds.).
Imprint Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2006.

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Series Advances in materials research ; 7
Advances in materials research ; 7.
Subject Steel -- Corrosion.
Steel -- Surfaces.
Iron alloys -- Surfaces.
Iron alloys -- Corrosion.
Alt Name Waseda, Yoshio.
Suzuki, Shigeru, 1953-
Description 1 online resource (xvii, 297 pages) : illustrations (some color).
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Cover -- Contents -- 1 Corrosion Protection Function and Breakdown Mechanism of Passive Films on Stainless Steels -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Origin of Pit Initiation -- 1.3 Suppression Mechanism of Passive Film Breakdown by Alloyed Cr -- 1.4 Composition of Passive Films Formed in Acid Chloride Solutions -- 1.5 Fabrication of Artificial Passivation Films -- 1.6 Evaluation of Corrosion Resistance of Artificial Passivation Films -- 1.7 Dissolution Behavior of Fe[sub(2)]O[sub(3)]-Cr[sub(2)]O[sub(3)] Films -- 1.8 Anodic Polarization Behavior of Fe-Cr Alloys -- 1.9 Composition of Passive Films on Fe-Cr Alloys -- 1.10 Comparison of Dissolution Behavior Between Fe[sub(2)]O[sub(3)]-C[sub(2)]O[sub(3)] Artificial Passivation Film and Real Passive Film on Fe-Cr Alloy -- 1.11 Induction Period of Pitting on Fe-Cr Alloys -- 1.12 Pitting Potentials of Fe-Cr Alloys in 1M HCl -- 1.13 Dissolution of Locally Heterogeneous Fe[sub(2)]O[sub(3)]-C[sub(2)]O[sub(3)] Film -- 1.14 Mechanism of pit Initiation on Fe-Cr Alloy -- 1.15 Summary -- References -- 2 Passivation Oxide Films and Rust Layers on Iron -- 2.1 Introduction -- 2.2 Passivation Oxide Films on Iron -- 2.3 Rust Formation on Iron and Steels -- 2.4 Potential Distribution and Ionic Transport -- 2.5 Summary -- References -- 3 Semiconductor Property of Passive Films and Corrosion Behavior of Fe-Cr Alloys -- 3.1 Introduction -- 3.2 The Photoelectrochemical Response -- 3.2.1 A Brief History of Photoresponse in Electrochemistry -- 3.2.2 Measurement of Photocurrent and Spectrum Separation -- 3.3 Passive Films on Cr and Fe-Cr Alloys in Sulphuric Acid -- 3.3.1 Photocurrent -- 3.3.2 Capacitance -- 3.3.3 Electronic Structure of Passive Films on Cr and Fe-Cr Alloys formed in Acid Solution -- 3.4 Passive Film on Fe-18Cr Alloy formed in Borate Buffer Solution -- 3.4.1 Photocurrent and Capacitance -- 3.4.2 Electronic Structure of Passive Films on Fe-18Cr Alloy formed in Borate Buffer Solution -- 3.5 Correlation between Electronic Structure of Passive Films and Corrosion Behaviour for Fe-Cr Alloys -- 3.6 Summary -- References -- 4 Mechanistic Study on Formation of Iron Hydroxides and Oxides with FT-IR and UV Photospectroscopy -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Utilization of UV-vis and FT-IR -- 4.3 Precipitation from Aqueous Solutions -- 4.4 Simplest Complex of Iron -- 4.5 Change in Ferric Complexes with pH -- 4.6 UV Spectroscopy for the Direct Identification of Ferric Complexes -- 4.7 IR Spectroscopy for the Formation Mechanism of Particles -- 4.8 Characterization of Iron Oxides by FT-IR -- References -- 5 Structural Characterization for a Complex System by Obtaining Middle-Range Ordering -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Theoretical Background and Methods -- 5.3 Selected Examples of Middle-range Ordering Obtained by the AXS Method Coupled with the RMC Simulation Technique -- 5.3.1 GeO[sub(2)] Glass -- 5.3.2 Amorphous ZrO[sub(2)] Prepared by Hydrolytic C.
Summary It is well known that corrosion products, i.e. rust, on iron and steel surfaces cannot be assigned a typical crystallographic structure with long-range order. In fact, the structure of rust is considered to be very complicated, and some forms of rust are assigned to the amorphous state for this reason. Accurate information about the atomic-scale structure of rust is important to shed light on corrosion mechanisms of metallic materials. And, since life of steel structures is often dominated by environmental degradation or corrosion of the surface, the structure of the rust formed on iron and steel surfaces during prolonged exposure to air is of great interest. This book describes the fundamental aspects of materials characterization for the ferric oxyhydroxides formed on steel surfaces. Selected examples, from both the basic science and the applied engineering points of view, are presented. Of special interest is the new structural information on ferric oxyhydroxides containing a small amount of alloying elements. The text relates this to their various states and their role in corrosion processes. This monograph will serve as a valuable guide and source of information for specialists and non-specialists alike.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9783540351788
3540351779 (Cloth)
9783540351771 (Cloth)
ISBN/ISSN 10.1007/978-3-540-35178-8
OCLC # 209953908
Link Springer e-books
Additional Format Print version: Characterization of corrosion products on steel surfaces. Berlin ; New York : Springer, 2006 3540351779 9783540351771 (DLC) 2006927188 (OCoLC)71200345

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