Sulfur-induced Corrosion at Metal and Oxide Surfaces and Interfaces

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Sulfur adsorbed on metallic and oxide surfaces, whether originating from gaseous environments or segregating as an impurity to metallic interfaces, is linked to the deterioration of alloy performance. This research dealt with investigations on the interactions between sulfur and iron or iron alloy metallic and oxide surfaces under ultrahigh vacuum conditions. Sulfur was either intentionally dosed from a H2S source on an atomically clean metal surface, or segregated out as an impurity from the bulk to the metal surface by annealing at elevated temperatures.

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Cabibil, Hyacinth (Hyacinth Liesl) August 1997.

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Sulfur adsorbed on metallic and oxide surfaces, whether originating from gaseous environments or segregating as an impurity to metallic interfaces, is linked to the deterioration of alloy performance. This research dealt with investigations on the interactions between sulfur and iron or iron alloy metallic and oxide surfaces under ultrahigh vacuum conditions. Sulfur was either intentionally dosed from a H2S source on an atomically clean metal surface, or segregated out as an impurity from the bulk to the metal surface by annealing at elevated temperatures.

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Cabibil, Hyacinth (Hyacinth Liesl). Sulfur-induced Corrosion at Metal and Oxide Surfaces and Interfaces, dissertation, August 1997; Denton, Texas. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc277765/: accessed October 22, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; .