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|Title:||Effect of externally added molybdate on repassivation and stress corrosion cracking of type 304 stainless steel in hydrochloric acid|
|Keywords:||Film Modified Microelectrodes|
|Publisher:||NATL ASSN CORROSION ENG|
|Citation:||CORROSION, 52(4), 243-249|
|Abstract:||The effect of externally added molybdate (MoO42-) on the repassivation and SCC behavior of type 304 (UNS S30400) stainless steel (SS) was investigated in 1 M hydrochloric acid (HCl) at open-circuit potential (OCP). With the addition of MoO42-, the time to failure initially decreased hut then gradually increased. From studies using potential-vs-time data, the scratching electrode technique, and electron spectroscopy for chemical analysis (ESCA), the initial decrease in the time to failure at lower MoO42- concentrations was attributed to an increase in the cathodic reaction rate and a consequent increase in anodic dissolution. The increase in the time to failure at higher MoO42- concentrations was attributed to the reduction in anodic dissolution with a strong tendency for MoO42- deposition on the bare metal surface.|
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