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Transport processes during the growth of oxide films at elevated temperatures.

A. Atkinson

Transport processes during the growth of oxide films at elevated temperatures.

by A. Atkinson

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Published by Atomic Energy Research Establishment in Harwell .
Written in English


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SeriesAERE-R 11293
ContributionsAtomic Energy Research Establishment.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL13839452M

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Transport processes during the growth of oxide films at elevated temperatures by A. Atkinson Download PDF EPUB FB2

This research was to investigate the growth mechanisms of protective oxide films grown selectively from certain alloys by high temperature oxidation/sulfidation in H 2 - H 2 O and in H 2 - H 2 O - H 2 S atmospheres, the migration of species within predeveloped oxide scales in the presence of sulfur, and breakdown of these oxide scales by a.

Part One reviews the key techniques involved in the epitaxial growth of complex metal oxides, including growth studies using reflection high-energy electron diffraction, pulsed laser deposition, hybrid molecular beam epitaxy, sputtering processes and chemical solution deposition techniques for the growth of oxide thin films.

Simulating oxide layer growth along the (), (), and () orientations of crystalline copper, oxidation characteristics are investigated at temperatures of K and K. A pulsed laser deposition system capable of raising substrate temperatures up to °C in oxygen atmosphere has been developed to grow oxide thin films with excellent crystalline quality.

Protective oxide films: 1. The volume ratio of oxide to metal after oxidation should be close to or Pilling-Bedworth ratio = 1 (ration of oxide volume produced by oxidation to the volume of metal consumed by oxidation) 2.

The oxide film should have good adherence, File Size: 1MB. @article{osti_, title = {Intrinsic stress evolution during amorphous oxide film growth on Al surfaces}, author = {Flötotto, D., E-mail: [email protected] and Wang, Z. and Jeurgens, L.

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Oxygen is released as a. Using the location-dependent growth strain, a chemomechanical model is developed for the analysis of the stress evolution and distribution in the viscoplastic oxide scale during high-temperature oxidation.

The problem of oxidizing a semi-infinite substrate is formulated and by: 5. Modulation of the Oxygen-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve: A variety of environmental factors can shift the Oxygen-Hemoglobin Dissociation Curve.

Effects which are associated with increased peripheral tissue metabolism, such as reduced pH, increased CO 2, increased temperature, shift the curve to the right, reducing hemoglobins affinity for oxygen and thus improving oxygen unloading.

EE / oxide growth – 8 First, examine some limits. At a given temperature, the growth rate is a constant, meaning that the oxide thickness increases linearly with time.

When the oxide is thin, the molecules diffuse through easily, and so the oxidation is limited by the reaction rate. The quantity B/A is known as the linear rate coefficient. Multi-Resolution Structure and Reactivity of Kinetically Roughened Oxide Surfaces Reaction and Transport of Toxic Metals in Rock-Forming Silicates at 25°C Computational Investigation of Acid-Base, Surface Complexation and Oxidation/Reduction.

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An elevated concentration of this causes. |47, This journal is© The Royal Society of Chemistry efficiently substitute the traditional thermal annealing of most electronic materials at elevated temperatures.2–5 The benefits obtained from decreasing the processing temperature span. These processes provide plastic deformation in both phases near the interface and maintain metal-scale epitaxy during oxide growth.

The model may explain the origin of stresses arising during the growth of cation-diffusing scales on an extensive flat : B. Pieraggi. Certain materials are transported at elevated may have been intentionally heated or have undergone self-heating exothermic reactions (e.g., oxidation, radiation, bacterial decay).Primarily, though, applied heat controls viscosity as the molecules absorb the heat as kinetic energy and move more actively in relation to one another or as the intramolecular and intermolecular Author: Malcolm A.

Fox. @article{osti_, title = {Atomic transport at liquid metal/Al{sub 2}O{sub 3} interfaces}, author = {Saiz, Eduardo and Cannon, Rowland M and Tomsia, Antoni P}, abstractNote = {In this work, atomic force microscopy (AFM) has been used to identify the controlling transport mechanisms at metal/oxide interfaces and measure the corresponding diffusivities.

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place only at elevated temperatures such as provided during growth or annealing procedures. V″Sr are then thermodynami-cally incorporated under the formation of SrO-secondary phases.6,32 This process is particularly pronounced at high oxygen partial pressures.

Comparing the two cases of inactive and active Schottky-equilibrium one finds the. The properties of the aluminum alloys, titanium alloys, nickel-based superalloys, polymer-matrix composites, and ceramic-matrix composites that are candidate materials for HSCT (High-Speed Civil Transport) structures and engines may degrade with time at the elevated temperatures associated with the operation of the aircraft.Combined effect of elevated CO 2 and temperature on the growth and phenology of two annual C 3 and C 4 weedy species.

Agri. Ecosys. Environ.– / ; Leishman M. R., Sanbrooke K. J., Woodfin R. M. (). The effects of elevated CO 2 and light environment on growth and reproductive performance of four annual Cited by: One can also grow oxides at elevated temperatures but with atomic oxygen as oxidant.

Once grown oxide films will be studied with various scanning probe techniques. We will look at the initial stages of oxide growth with a UHV-STM and will look at the Si/SiO2 interface of thicker (> 2 ML) oxides with AFM.

Our goal is to see how the use of a.