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- Influence of chromate, molybdate and tungstate on pit formation in chloride medium
- Universidade Estadual Paulista (UNESP)
- It has been characterized and evaluated the 2024-T351 and 7050-T7451 aluminum alloys pitting corrosion in naturally aerated chloride aqueous solutions containing chromate, molybdate and tungstate. It has been carried out electrochemical and non-electrochemical immersion corrosion tests accompanied by surface metallography analysis using an optical microscopy. Chromate for the two alloys and in molybdate for 7050 has corrosion inhibiting effects, whereas tungstate promotes the pitting corrosion for these alloys. Quantitative surface analysis upon the alloys after immersion has indicated that pits are predominantly conical or quasi-conical and irregular. In general, pits have been wider than deep and the widest have been also the deepest. Despite inhibitor presence, when pits have been nucleated, they grow with the same intensity. © 2005 Elsevier B.V. All rights reserved.
- Applied Surface Science, v. 252, n. 4, p. 1117-1122, 2005.
- Aircraft alloys
- Aluminum alloys
- Image analysis
- Pitting corrosion
- Molybdenum compounds
- Surface phenomena
- Tungsten compounds
- Corrosion tests
- Surface analysis
- Corrosion protection
- Acesso restrito
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