Publikations Einzelansicht

Titel: In situ surface analysis of annealed Fe-1.5%Mn an Fe-0.6%Mn low alloy steels
 

Autor(en):
 
C. Martinez, R. Cremer, D. Neuschütz und A. von Richthofen
 
Journal: Anal. Bioanal. Chem.
Jahr: 2002
Band: 374
Seite(n): 742-745


Zusammenfassung:
The oxidation of two binary alloys, Fe-1.5%Mn and Fe-0.6%Mn, was studied in terms of the annealing conditions and paying special attention to the selective oxidation of manganese. The crystallographic structure of the surfaces and their compositions were determined by RHEED and XPS by using in situ analytical devices attached to the annealing reactor to avoid surface contamination after the treatments. Additionally, ex situ investigations on the morphology and composition of the surfaces were performed by FEG-SEM, WDX, and GIXRD. The annealing processes were performed at 800 °C under N2-5%H2 protective atmospheres at water vapor dew points between -10 and -30 °C. The oxides formed were identified and the resulting surface structures resolved.

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Publikations Einzelansicht

Titel: In situ surface analysis of annealed Fe-1.5%Mn an Fe-0.6%Mn low alloy steels
 

Autor(en):
 
C. Martinez, R. Cremer, D. Neuschütz und A. von Richthofen
 
Journal: Anal. Bioanal. Chem.
Jahr: 2002
Band: 374
Seite(n): 742-745


Zusammenfassung:
The oxidation of two binary alloys, Fe-1.5%Mn and Fe-0.6%Mn, was studied in terms of the annealing conditions and paying special attention to the selective oxidation of manganese. The crystallographic structure of the surfaces and their compositions were determined by RHEED and XPS by using in situ analytical devices attached to the annealing reactor to avoid surface contamination after the treatments. Additionally, ex situ investigations on the morphology and composition of the surfaces were performed by FEG-SEM, WDX, and GIXRD. The annealing processes were performed at 800 °C under N2-5%H2 protective atmospheres at water vapor dew points between -10 and -30 °C. The oxides formed were identified and the resulting surface structures resolved.

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