IMPURITY SEGREGATION OF STAINLESS STEEL STUDIED BY ATOM-PROBE AND AUGER ELECTRON SPECTROSCOPY

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Koguchi , Y.; Takahashi , K.; Ishikawa , Y.;
(1987)
  • Publisher: HAL CCSD
  • Related identifiers: doi: 10.1051/jphyscol:1987667
  • Subject: [ PHYS.HIST ] Physics [physics]/Physics archives
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The surface compositions of type 304 stainless steel heated in vacuum at 600-900°C were determined by an atom-probe and Auger electron spectroscopic analysis. In addition to enrichment and depletion of alloying elements in the surface of the stainless steel, segregation... View more
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    Fig.5 AES spectrum after 5 min. heating at 800°C

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