Accession Number : AD0669006

Title :   MECHANISMS OF METALLIC CORROSION PROCESSES AND HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT.

Descriptive Note : Final rept.,

Corporate Author : MISSOURI UNIV ROLLA GRADUATE CENTER FOR MATERIALS RESEARCH

Personal Author(s) : Straumanis,M. E.

Report Date : APR 1968

Pagination or Media Count : 26

Abstract : The exploratory studies were in four areas: (I) disintegration phenomena during corrosion and anodic dissolution of pure metals consisting of polycrystals and of single crystals, (II) disintegration and anodic behavior of semiconductors, used in the same forms, (III) attack and rates of corrosion of some metals (zone refined Fe, steel, Mg, Zn, TiOx solid solutions, and determination of the rates of oxidation of Ti(3+) to Ti(4+) in HF by strong acids, and (IV) hydrogen solubility in Zr and in Fe. Part (V) represents studies still in progress. (Author)

Descriptors :   (*CORROSION, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), (*HYDROGEN EMBRITTLEMENT, SCIENTIFIC RESEARCH), DECOMPOSITION, SEMICONDUCTORS, IRON, STEEL, MAGNESIUM, ZINC, TITANIUM, TITANIUM COMPOUNDS, OXIDES, OXIDATION, ACIDS, SOLUBILITY, HYDROGEN, ZIRCONIUM, SOLID SOLUTIONS, CADMIUM, CRYSTAL GROWTH, ARSENIC COMPOUNDS, GALLIUM ARSENIDES, ELECTROCHEMISTRY, CRYSTALS

Subject Categories : Physical Chemistry
      Properties of Metals and Alloys
      Crystallography

Distribution Statement : APPROVED FOR PUBLIC RELEASE