Corrosion of Alloys in Various ICPP Decontamination Solutions

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Corrosion studies were conducted on stainless steel types 347 and Carpenter-20, Monel, titanium 55A, and tsntalum in decontamination solutions. These solutions are: 10% nitric acid, 10% citric acid, 10% sodium hydroxide--2.5% tartaric acid, 10% oxalic acid, 0.003M periodic acid in 0.05M nitric acid, 3% sodium fluoride --20% nitric acid, Turco 4501 and Turco 4502, and 0.25M phosphoric acid. Boron stainless steel type 304L was studied in 10% sodium hydroxide--2.5% tartaric acid, 10 and 60% nitric acids, Turco 4501 and Turco 4502. The two austenitic stainless steels were found to be acceptable construction materials for handling each of the decontamination solutions ... continued below

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Hoffman, T. L. & Adams, G. S. April 14, 1961.

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Corrosion studies were conducted on stainless steel types 347 and Carpenter-20, Monel, titanium 55A, and tsntalum in decontamination solutions. These solutions are: 10% nitric acid, 10% citric acid, 10% sodium hydroxide--2.5% tartaric acid, 10% oxalic acid, 0.003M periodic acid in 0.05M nitric acid, 3% sodium fluoride --20% nitric acid, Turco 4501 and Turco 4502, and 0.25M phosphoric acid. Boron stainless steel type 304L was studied in 10% sodium hydroxide--2.5% tartaric acid, 10 and 60% nitric acids, Turco 4501 and Turco 4502. The two austenitic stainless steels were found to be acceptable construction materials for handling each of the decontamination solutions except 3% sodium fluoride--20% nitric acid. Special limitations are defined for Monel, titanium 55A, and tantalum when exposed to decontamination reagents. (auth)

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  • Other Information: Orig. Receipt Date: 31-DEC-61

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  • Report No.: IDO-14506
  • Grant Number: AT(10-1)-205
  • DOI: 10.2172/4001966 | External Link
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Hoffman, T. L. & Adams, G. S. Corrosion of Alloys in Various ICPP Decontamination Solutions, report, April 14, 1961; Idaho Falls, Idaho. (digital.library.unt.edu/ark:/67531/metadc866105/: accessed November 18, 2017), University of North Texas Libraries, Digital Library, digital.library.unt.edu; crediting UNT Libraries Government Documents Department.