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eBook Oxides and oxide films (The Anodic behavior of metals and semiconductors series) ePub

by John W Diggle

  • ISBN: 0824711432
  • Category: Engineering
  • Subcategory: Engineering
  • Author: John W Diggle
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: M. Dekker (1972)
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The growth of an oxide film on a metal surface involves the transport of matter and/or charge in. .A. K. Vijh, Electrochemistry of Metals and Semiconductors, Marcel Dekker, New York (1973).

The growth of an oxide film on a metal surface involves the transport of matter and/or charge in at least three phases, the metal, the oxide film, and the oxidizing medium. T. P. Hoar, The anodic behavior of metals, in Modern Aspects of Electrochemistry, Vol. 2, J. O’M. Bockris, e. Academic Press, New York (1959). 2. U. R. Evans, The Corrosion and Oxidation of Metals, St. Martins, New York (1960). 3. L. Young, Anodic Oxide Films, Academic Press, New York (1961).

Oxides and oxide films. Vol. 2:- Anodic oxide films : influence of solid-state properties on electrochemical behavior - Dielectric-loss mechanisms in amorphous oxide films - Porous anodic films on aluminum - Dissolution of oxide phases

Oxides and oxide films. 2:- Anodic oxide films : influence of solid-state properties on electrochemical behavior - Dielectric-loss mechanisms in amorphous oxide films - Porous anodic films on aluminum - Dissolution of oxide phases. 3:- Space-charge effects on anodic film formation - Chemisorbtion phenomena on oxides : the dependence of chemisorbtion on the microscopic properties of zinc oxide. 4:- Diffusion and defects in oxides - Radiation effects in the insulator region of MOS devices - The aluminum-water system. 5:- Anodic oxides on noble metals - Gas discharge anodization.

Published 1976 by Marcel Dekker.

The passive oxide films on metals enable the .

The passive oxide films on metals enable the self-protection of metals against corrosion in aqueous environments. A series of work has focused on in situ Raman spectroscopic identification of oxide films grown on various metal surfaces, including Fe, Ni, Co, Ag, Ti, Pb, and stainless steel. Gunnar Wikmark, in Passivation of Metals and Semiconductors, and Properties of Thin Oxide Layers, 2006. Oxide films are also important in the friction of dissimilar metals and alloys in air. In general, the coefficient of friction for an alloy tends to be rather less than that for its components as pure metals.

Bookseller Inventory mon0000357271. Bibliographic Details. Title: Oxides and oxide films (The Anodic behavior. Publisher: M. Dekker Publication Date: 1972 Binding: Hardcover Book Condition: Good Dust Jacket Condition: Good. Book Description M. Dekker, 1972. This is an ex-library book and may have the usual library/used-book markings inside. This book has hardback covers. In fair condition, suitable as a study copy. Please note the Image in this listing is a stock photo and may not match the covers of the actual item,950grams, ISBN:0824711432. Seller Inventory 4088475.

Thin anodic oxides were formed on sputtered niobium specimens at.The sputtered flux will, in general, consist of metal atoms (M) and metal–oxygen molecules (M–O)

Thin anodic oxides were formed on sputtered niobium specimens at constant potential in the range of . to 10 VAg/AgCl in a borate buffer solution. Chemical and electrochemical formation of oxide films on Nb in aqueous oxalic, sulfuric and nitric acids, at concentrations of . -0. 5 M in galvanostatic mode at different current densities and up to certain formation potential values, was studied. The sputtered flux will, in general, consist of metal atoms (M) and metal–oxygen molecules (M–O). In this study, a series of metal (M V, Nb, Y, Zr) targets were sputtered in rare gas–O 2 discharges. Films were grown on substrates at low temperatures (70–325 °C). Optical emission.

Oxides and oxide films (The Anodic behavior of metals and semiconductors series): ISBN 9780824763145 (978-0-8247-6314-5) Marcel Dekker, 1976. University and Other Sermons. Coauthors & Alternates.

The type of anodic oxide film that can be produced upon aluminum when aluminum is made the anode in an electrolytic cell depends upon . 11. Anodic Oxide Film Composition. general structural features.

The type of anodic oxide film that can be produced upon aluminum when aluminum is made the anode in an electrolytic cell depends upon several factors, the most important of which is the nature of the electrolyte. Electrolytes in which the formed oxide film is completely insoluble are those electrolytes which produce barrier-type films; examples of this type of electrolyte include neutral boric acid solution, ammonium. borate or tartrate aqueous solutions.

acid alloys aluminum anion anodic oxide anodic oxide films applied potential atomic band band gap behavior borate breakdown . Библиографические данные.

acid alloys aluminum anion anodic oxide anodic oxide films applied potential atomic band band gap behavior borate breakdown buffer solution capacitance cathodic cation cerium charge chemical chloride chromium composition concentration corrosion resistance crevice corrosion current density current transients decrease defects dependence deposition diffusion dissolution effect electrochemical electrode electrolyte electropolished energy experimental Fe-Cr Figure film growth formation GaAs galvanostatic hydrazine hydrogen impedance inclusions.