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Title: Fe72B22Y6塊狀非晶合金在600~700℃空氣下之氣化行為
Oxidation Behavior of an Fe72B22Y6 Bulk Metallic Glass in Air at 600~700℃
Authors: H. H. Hsieh;W. Kai;R. T. Huang;C. Y. Lin;T. S. Chin
Contributors: NTOU:Institute of Materials Engineering
Keywords: B2O3;Fe72B22Y6 bulk glassy alloy;Oxidation,B2O3
Date: 2006
Issue Date: 2011-10-20T08:06:41Z
Publisher: Journal of Chinese Corrosion Engineering
Abstract: Abstract:The oxidation behavior of an Fe72B22Y6 bulk glassy alloy and its crystalline counterpart was studied over the temperature range 600~700℃ in dry air. The oxidation kinetics of both glassy and crystalline alloys generally followed the parabolic rate law although three-stage kinetics was noted at 700℃ for the glassy alloy. The oxidation rates of the two alloys increased with increasing temperature, and the parabolic rate constants of the glassy alloy are much lower than those of the crystalline counterpart. The scales formed on the glassy alloy consisted mainly of boron oxide (B2O3) and minor amounts of iron oxides (Fe3O4/FeO). Conversely, duplex scales formed on the crystalline counterpart were composed of an outer layer of Fe2O3 and an inner layer of Fe3O4 and YBO3. The formation of B2O3 is responsible for the reduced oxidation rates of the glassy alloy as compared to those of crystalline counterpart.
Relation: 20(3), pp.293-301
URI: http://ntour.ntou.edu.tw/handle/987654321/23586
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