Cathodic deoxygenation of the alpha case on titanium and alloys in molten calcium chloride

@article{Chen2001CathodicDO,
  title={Cathodic deoxygenation of the alpha case on titanium and alloys in molten calcium chloride},
  author={George Zheng Chen and Derek John Fray and Thomas William Farthing},
  journal={Metallurgical and Materials Transactions B},
  year={2001},
  volume={32},
  pages={1041-1052}
}
The oxygen-enriched alpha case on titanium and alloys was successfully deoxygenated to satisfactory levels by electrolysis in molten CaCl2, in which the cathode was made from the metal to be refined. The oxygen distribution in the metal before and after electrolysis was characterized by microhardness tests, scanning electron microscopy (SEM), and energy-dispersive X-ray (EDX). The electrolysis has been carried out at voltages sufficiently below that for the decomposition of CaCl2, and the… 

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