Chromium Alloys: Chemistry, Production and Applications

Brianna Franco (Editor)

Series: Chemistry Research and Applications
BISAC: TEC021000



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Chromium containing alloys such as ferritic or austenitic steels and nickel-base alloys generally show good oxidation and corrosion resistance as well as high strength, and have been widely used for components in chemical plant, power plant or aircrafts. However, it seems to be necessary to introduce a new technology for further application of these alloys.

Nano-structured materials have recently drawn considerable attention, because these materials sometimes show very high strength without serious loss of ductility compared to the materials with deformed microstructure formed by usual processing, and also have large internal friction. This book discusses the composition, properties, electrodeposition, and the applications of chromium alloys. It also provides information on the production of nano-structured chromium-containing alloys. (Imprint: Novinka )


Chapter 1 - Electrodeposition, Composition and Properties of Zn-Cr Alloy Coatings (pp. 1-40)
Tz. Boiadjieva and M. Monev (Centre of Electrochemical Surface Technology GmbH, Wiener Neustadt, Austria, and others)

Chapter 2 - Some Applications of Chromium Alloys in Electroanalysis (pp. 41-82)
Diego E. Pissinis and Juan M. Marioli (Laboratorio de Nanoscopías y Fisicoquímicas de Superficies, INIFTA (Universidad Nacional de la Plata – CONICET), La Plata, Bueno aires, Argentina, and others)

Chapter 3 - Production of Nano-Structured Chromium-Containing Alloys by Machining (pp. 83-110)
Manabu Tanaka, Ryuichi Kato and Tadashi Fujita (Department of Mechanical Engineering, Faculty of Engineering and Resource Science, Akita University, Tegatagakuen-cho, Akita, Japan)

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