Abstract From the early beginning of the oxidation of 304L stainless steel in carbon dioxide at 1273 K (1 min, for a weight gain of 0.02 mg cm −2 ), the surface of the alloy was entirely covered by oxides: magnetite Fe 3 O 4 , chromia Cr 2 O 3 and traces of wustite Fe 1− x O. Later on, for weight gains approaching 1 mg cm −2 , magnetite remained at the outer interface, with traces of hematite (Fe 2 O 3 ), above a thick layer of wustite Fe 1− x O. Magnetite and wustite may favour adhesion of thermal plasma protective coatings such as alumina.
Steel In Carbon Dioxide Traces Of Hematite Chromia Cr Outer Interface 304L Stainless Steel Carbon Dioxide Oxidation Of Stainless Steel Thermal Protective Coatings XPS Study Oxidation Of Steel
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