University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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In the last quarter, a specialized sample holder was developed for the anodization of alumina on steel. In addition, it was determined that oxalic acid was the most appropriate acid for the anodization of these structures. The steel samples obtained from LANL were first cut into a number of pieces, each measuring 11mm x 8mm x 1.6mm, to allow multiple experiments. Special care was taken to ensure that the cutting process did not damage the samples. After investigation of several techniques, including laser cutting, the samples were cut using EDM wires. The cut steel pieces did not show any damage to the surface or the edges.
Aluminum oxide; Chromium; Corrosion and anti-corrosives; Eutectic alloys; Lead-bismuth alloys; Nanostructured materials; Nuclear reactors — Materials — Testing; Protective coatings; Steel — Corrosion
Corrosion and anti-corrosives--Testing; Eutectic alloys; Nuclear reactors--Materials--Testing
Materials Science and Engineering | Metallurgy | Nanoscience and Nanotechnology | Nuclear Engineering | Oil, Gas, and Energy
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Corrosion Barrier Development for LBE Corrosion Resistance.
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