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Corrosion Micro- and Macro-electrochemical Behavior of Rusted Carbon Steel and Weathering Steel
Y. Xia; F. H. Cao; L. R. Chang; W. J. Liu; J. Q. Zhang
2013
Source PublicationChemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese
ISSN0251-0790
Volume34Issue:5Pages:1246-1253
AbstractScanning electrochemistry microscope(SECM) was used to investigate corrosion behavior of carbon steel and weathering steel under wet/dry cycle conditions, combined with polarization curves, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy(EIS), scanning electron microscopy(SEM) and X-ray diffraction(XRD). The corrosion process of rusted carbon steel and weathering steel are subjected to the anodic dissolution of Fe, and the existence of rust layer promotes the reduction of oxygen. Both macro-electrochemical and SECM test show that in the experimental period, the formation of the rust layer in the initial stage reduces the anodic dissolution rate, thereby improves the corrosion resistance of carbon steel and weathering steel, while the rust layer formation in the later period of the experimental results in the increase of corrosion rate due to the changes of its composition and structural characteristics. The corrosion rate of weathering steel and the oxygen reduction rate are higher than that of carbon steel, which are conducive to the formation of rust layer, thus contributing to long-term protection of steel, but the rust layer of weathering steel does not have very good protection in the short term. Rust layer is relatively loose, porous and not dense enough, and the main composition of rust layer is crystalline gamma-FeOOH, Fe3O4 and gamma-Fe2O3.
description.department[xia yan ; cao fa-he ; chang lin-rong ; liu wen-juan ; zhang jian-qing] zhejiang univ, dept chem, inst electrochem & funct mat, hangzhou 310027, zhejiang, peoples r china. [zhang jian-qing] chinese acad sci, inst met res, state key lab corros & protect, shenyang 110016, peoples r china. ; cao, fh (reprint author), zhejiang univ, dept chem, inst electrochem & funct mat, hangzhou 310027, zhejiang, peoples r china. ; nelson_cao@zju.edu.cn
KeywordScanning Electrochemistry Microscope(Secm) Rust Layer Electrochemical Behavior Corrosion Rate Native-oxide Film Atmospheric Corrosion Room-temperature In-situ Iron Alloy Mechanism Aluminum Titanium 304-stainless-steel
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Language英语
Document Type期刊论文
Identifierhttp://ir.imr.ac.cn/handle/321006/71589
Collection中国科学院金属研究所
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Y. Xia,F. H. Cao,L. R. Chang,et al. Corrosion Micro- and Macro-electrochemical Behavior of Rusted Carbon Steel and Weathering Steel[J]. Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese,2013,34(5):1246-1253.
APA Y. Xia,F. H. Cao,L. R. Chang,W. J. Liu,&J. Q. Zhang.(2013).Corrosion Micro- and Macro-electrochemical Behavior of Rusted Carbon Steel and Weathering Steel.Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese,34(5),1246-1253.
MLA Y. Xia,et al."Corrosion Micro- and Macro-electrochemical Behavior of Rusted Carbon Steel and Weathering Steel".Chemical Journal of Chinese Universities-Chinese 34.5(2013):1246-1253.
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