Application of quantitative X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy ( XPS ) imaging : investigation of Ni-Cr-Mo alloys exposed to crevice corrosion solution

@inproceedings{Kobe2017ApplicationOQ,
  title={Application of quantitative X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy ( XPS ) imaging : investigation of Ni-Cr-Mo alloys exposed to crevice corrosion solution},
  author={Brad Kobe and Martin Badley and Jeffrey D. Henderson and Samantha Anderson and Mark C. Biesingera and Dave Shoesmitha},
  year={2017}
}
  • Brad Kobe, Martin Badley, +3 authors Dave Shoesmitha
  • Published 2017
This paper explores quantitative X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy imaging on three different Ni-Cr-MoHastelloy® alloys (BC-1, C-22 and G-30) with differing Cr and Mo contents. The alloys were subjected to a simulated critical crevice corrosion solution. Ni-based alloys have been shown to exhibit excellent resistance to a range of corrosive media due to the formation of an inert oxide layer, primarily containing Cr andMo. However, these alloysmay rapidly corrode in the crevice environment… CONTINUE READING