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Reduction of Brass Model Corrosion Layers Using Low-Pressure Low-Temperature Hydrogen Plasma

ŘÁDKOVÁ, L. FOJTÍKOVÁ, P. SÁZAVSKÁ, V. KRČMA, F.

Original Title

Reduction of Brass Model Corrosion Layers Using Low-Pressure Low-Temperature Hydrogen Plasma

English Title

Reduction of Brass Model Corrosion Layers Using Low-Pressure Low-Temperature Hydrogen Plasma

Type

abstract

Language

en

Original Abstract

Brass samples were chosen for plasma chemical reduction of corrosion layers. Model corrosion layers were prepared in two corrosion layers (acidic and alkaline atmosphere) and with/without sand at the sample surface. Samples were treated in low-pressure low-temperature hydrogen plasma for 120 minutes, pressure was about 150 Pa, hydrogen flow 50 sccm. The whole process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy.

English abstract

Brass samples were chosen for plasma chemical reduction of corrosion layers. Model corrosion layers were prepared in two corrosion layers (acidic and alkaline atmosphere) and with/without sand at the sample surface. Samples were treated in low-pressure low-temperature hydrogen plasma for 120 minutes, pressure was about 150 Pa, hydrogen flow 50 sccm. The whole process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy.

Keywords

model corrosion layers of brass samples, low-pressure low-temperature hydrogen plasma, plasma chemical reduction of corrosion layers

Released

01.09.2013

Location

Estoril

Pages from

1317

Pages to

1317

Pages count

1

BibTex


@misc{BUT101827,
  author="Lucie {Řádková} and Petra {Miková} and Věra {Sázavská} and František {Krčma}",
  title="Reduction of Brass Model Corrosion Layers Using Low-Pressure Low-Temperature Hydrogen Plasma",
  annote="Brass samples were chosen for plasma chemical reduction of corrosion layers. Model corrosion layers were prepared in two corrosion layers (acidic and alkaline atmosphere) and with/without sand at the sample surface. Samples were treated in low-pressure low-temperature hydrogen plasma for 120 minutes, pressure was about 150 Pa, hydrogen flow 50 sccm. The whole process was monitored by optical emission spectroscopy.",
  booktitle="EUROCORR 2013 - Book of Abstracts",
  chapter="101827",
  howpublished="print",
  year="2013",
  month="september",
  pages="1317--1317",
  type="abstract"
}