Zairyo-to-Kankyo
Online ISSN : 1881-9664
Print ISSN : 0917-0480
ISSN-L : 0917-0480
Volume 61 , Issue 9
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  • Masahiro Seo
    2012 Volume 61 Issue 9 Pages 341-348
    Published: September 15, 2012
    Released: March 01, 2013
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    Electrodeposition of metal ions, Mz+, on foreign metal substrate, M', at potentials more positive than the reversible potential of the Mz+/M electrode is termed “underpotential deposition (UPD)”. The general feature of UPD was described, laying emphasis on the width of UPD potential window being to proportional to the difference in work function between two metals, M' and M. The effects of UPD on electrode reactions such as oxygen reduction, hydrogen evolution and metallic corrosion were reviewed and the discussion was made on the roles of UPD in the mechanism of electrode reactions. Particularly, the effect of Pb-UPD on corrosion of Ni was explained in detail with relation to the Pb-induced stress corrosion cracking (Pb-SCC) of Ni base alloys. Moreover, the structural change from UPD adsorption layer to surface alloy and the co-adsorption structure of electrolyte anions and of UPD metal atoms were exemplified and the importance of in-situ analysis of the electrode interface was pointed out to clarify the roles of UPD in reaction mechanism.
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  • Yun Wang, Junya Kaneda, Shigeki Kasahara, Naoto Shigenaka
    2012 Volume 61 Issue 9 Pages 359-365
    Published: September 15, 2012
    Released: March 01, 2013
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    Strauss test, Coriou test and Huey test were conducted on a Type 316L austenitic stainless steel. Improvement in grain boundary corrosion resistance was verified after raising low Σ coincidence site lattice (CSL) grain boundary (GB) frequency by controlling grain boundary character distribution (GBCD). During crevice corrosion test under gamma-ray irradiation, initiation frequency of GB corrosion after GBCD controlled specimens decreased to 1/10 of GBCD uncontrolled counterpart along with lower depth of corrosion. Stress corrosion cracking (SCC) propagation rate of GBCD controlled specimen decreased to less than 1/2 of GBCD uncontrolled specimen in high temperature and high pressure water. Based on these results, we expect that GBCD control will improve corrosion resistance of austenitic material in a wide range of application and environment.
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