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Determination of Three-Dimensional Morphology and Inner Structure of Second-Phase Inclusions in Metals by Non-Aqueous Solution Electrolytic and Room Temperature Organic Methods

Yiwa Luo; Hanjie Guo; Xiao Shi; Fang Keming; Sheng-Chao Duan; Wensheng Yang; Jing Guo;
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  • Published: 18 Jan 2018 Journal: Metals, volume 8, page 68 (eissn: 2075-4701, Copyright policy)
  • Publisher: MDPI AG
The secondary-phase particles in metals, particularly those composed of non-metallic materials, are often detrimental to the mechanical properties of metals; thus, it is crucial to control inclusion formation and growth. One of the challenges is determining the three-dimensional morphology and inner structures of such inclusions. In this study, a non-aqueous solution electrolytic method and a room-temperature organic technique were developed based on the principle of electrochemistry to determine the three-dimensional morphologies and inner structures of non-metallic inclusions in Al-killed steel, Si-killed steel, and ductile cast iron. The inclusions were first...
free text keywords: non-metallic inclusion, three-dimensional morphology, inner structures, non-aqueous solution electrolytic method, room temperature organic technique, Mining engineering. Metallurgy, TN1-997, Graphite, Particle, Nucleation, Composite material, Cast iron, engineering.material, engineering, Silicate, chemistry.chemical_compound, chemistry, Precipitation (chemistry), Ductility, Morphology (linguistics), Materials science
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