Structure and Corrosion Behavior of Sputter-Deposited W-Mo Alloys

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  • Jagadeesh Bhattarai

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https://doi.org/10.3126/jncs.v21i0.217

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corrosion behaviour

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Nanocrystalline, single bcc solid solutions of W-Mo alloys have been successfully prepared by D. C. magnetron sputtering in a wide composition. The corrosion behavior of the sputter-deposited W-Mo alloys was studied. The W-Mo alloys showed significantly high corrosion resistance in 12 M HCl at 30o C. Their corrosion rates are about one and half orders of magnitude lower than that of sputter-deposited tungsten and lower than that of the sputter-deposited molybdenum even after prolonged immersion.

DOI: 10.3126/jncs.v21i0.217

Journal of Nepal Chemical Society Vol.21 2006 pp.19-25

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Jagadeesh Bhattarai

Central Department of Chemistry, T.U., GPO Box 2040, Kathmandu, Nepal

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Bhattarai, J. (2006). Structure and Corrosion Behavior of Sputter-Deposited W-Mo Alloys. Journal of Nepal Chemical Society, 21, 19–25. https://doi.org/10.3126/jncs.v21i0.217

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