Corrosion Resistance of Cerium-Conversion Coated AZ31 Magnesium Alloys in Cerium Nitrate Solutions

@inproceedings{Lin2006CorrosionRO,
  title={Corrosion Resistance of Cerium-Conversion Coated AZ31 Magnesium Alloys in Cerium Nitrate Solutions},
  author={Chao-Sung Lin and Wei-Jen Li},
  year={2006}
}
resistance of the coating was related to the microstructure of the major overlay, and to the defects of the coating. The major overlay changed from a fibrous structure to a compact layer, as hydrogen peroxide was added to a cerium nitrate solution. Meanwhile, severely-damaged areas were observed on the coating formed in the presence of hydrogen peroxide. Although the compact coating displayed better corrosion resistance than its fibrous counterpart, both coatings were locally corroded during… CONTINUE READING

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