W R Gerristead

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The significance of the ElectroScan environmental scanning electron microscope (ESEM) as a processing tool for studying dynamic morphological changes under controlled temperature/atmosphere conditions was evaluated. The ability to observe dynamic processes in situ, which cannot be achieved by other means, is critical to understanding microstructural(More)
An ElectroScan ESEM was used for in situ corrosion studies on cold drawn electropolished 316L stainless steel tube surfaces in the as-received and passivated conditions. Corrosion product was removed as it formed and the tube surface was viewed before, during, and after corrosive attack. The corrosion process was followed in situ, and the sample features(More)
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