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5 April 2004 Influence of etching and annealing on evolution of surface structure of metallic glass
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Evolution of surface structure of metallic glass subjected to etching was investigated. The changes of surface structure of metallic glass 82K3XCP after chemical etching and different modes of annealing were studied. Samples of metallic glass were etched in solutions of sulphurous acid with different concentration. Corrosion-resistance was determined. The dependence of corrosion rate on acid concentration was found. Characteristic concentric circumferences on the etching surface were investigated. Their formation mechanism is discussed. Crystallization on surface stimulated by both acid and annealing was examined. The formation of first dendrites on surface of annealed metallic glass and their evolution were investigated.
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Ivan V. Ushakov, Victor A. Feodorov, and Inga J. Permyakova "Influence of etching and annealing on evolution of surface structure of metallic glass", Proc. SPIE 5400, Seventh International Workshop on Nondestructive Testing and Computer Simulations in Science and Engineering, (5 April 2004); https://doi.org/10.1117/12.555529
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