22 May 2013 Modelling the initial stage of porous alumina growth during anodization
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Artificially on the surface of aluminum there may be build a thick layer of Al2O3, which has a porous structure. In this paper we present a model of growth of porous alumina in the initial stage of anodizing, identifying dependencies anodizing parameters on the rate of growth of the film and the distance between the pores and as a result of the created model equations were found for changes in the disturbance of alumina for the initial stage of anodizing aluminum oxide porous border aluminum-alumina and alumina-electrolyte, with the influence of surface diffusion of aluminum oxide.
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E. M. Aryslanova, E. M. Aryslanova, A. V. Alfimov, A. V. Alfimov, S. A. Chivilikhin, S. A. Chivilikhin, "Modelling the initial stage of porous alumina growth during anodization", Proc. SPIE 8766, Nanotechnology VI, 87660T (22 May 2013); doi: 10.1117/12.2017450; https://doi.org/10.1117/12.2017450
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