Zairyo-to-Kankyo
Online ISSN : 1881-9664
Print ISSN : 0917-0480
Corrosion of TiN Coating in High-Temperature Demineralized Water
Shoichi OnoMikio KumagaiKoji Hoashi
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1992 Volume 41 Issue 6 Pages 385-392

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Corrosion behavior of TiN film coated by an arc ion plating on type 304 stainless steel in demineralized water at 286°C was studied using the circulating type experimental loop. Exposure tests were carried out under three different dissolved O2 concentratins of less than 10μg/l, 150μg/l and 1, 000μg/l, respectively. Corroded surface was observed by EPMA, XRD and XPS. On the exposed specimen surface, the corrosion film composed of TiO2 was formed, which increased the weight of specimen after exposure. This weight gain varied largely by dissolved O2 concentration and it increased by several times with an increase of dissolved O2 concentration. It was assumed from the relationship between dissolved O2 concentration and the corrosion rate of TiN that TiN could react with both H2O and O2, although the dissolved O2 became a dominant factor for corrosion increase at concentrations over several 10μgs/l.

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