OPEN CIRCUIT POTENTIAL MEASUREMENTS FOR TYPE 304, ALLOY 600, NICKEL AND PLATINUM IN 250 C WATER: THE EFFECT OF CHROMATE AND NITRATE ADDITIONS.

June Bok Lee, Roger W. Staehle

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Abstract

This study focuses on the way in which small amounts of chromate and nitrate (1 to 30 ppm) present in water affect the open circuit potential at 250 C. Type 304 and Alloy 600 were solution anneled at 1050 C for 1 hour and then water quenched. Nickel was annealed at 700 C for 3 hours, then air cooled, Platinum was tested in an as-received condition.

Original languageEnglish (US)
Pages406-408
Number of pages3
Volume39
No10
Specialist publicationCorrosion
DOIs
StatePublished - Jan 1 1983

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