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In Situ Raman Spectroscopic Investigation of Corrosion of Selected Metals and Alloys Under Hydrothermal Conditions

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Author(s)

Wilbur S. Hurst, James E. Maslar

Abstract

In situ Raman spectra were obtained on coupons of alloy 600, 304L stainless steel, and a Zr-alloy exposed to hydrothermal conditions. For the alloy 600 and the 304L stainless steel, the most intense feature was from NiFe2O4, and for the Zr-Nb alloy it was m-ZrO2. Cr compounds various forms (Cr2O3, alpha-CrOOH and a CrVI and/or CrIII/ CrVI species) were observed on the coupons and is attributed either to, or largely to, being a released corrosion product from the optical cell and/or flow system.
Citation
International Conference on Solvothermal Reactions

Keywords

corrosion, hydrothermal, metal alloys, Raman

Citation

Hurst, W. and Maslar, J. (2008), In Situ Raman Spectroscopic Investigation of Corrosion of Selected Metals and Alloys Under Hydrothermal Conditions, International Conference on Solvothermal Reactions (Accessed May 23, 2024)

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Created October 16, 2008