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Ion Implantation into Metals presents the proceedings of the 3rd International Conference on the Modification of Surface Properties of Metals by Ion Implantation, held at UMIST, Manchester, UK on June 23-26, 1981. The book includes papers on aqueous corrosion of ion-implanted iron; the mechanical properties and high temperature oxidation behavior in aqueous corrosion; and the potential of ion beam processing in this field of materials science and engineering. The text also presents papers on the important scientific progress in metal physics and related subjects.
Aqueous Corrosion of Ion Implanted Iron
The Influence of Ion Implanted Chromium on the Electrochemical Behavior of Iron in Aqueous Solutions
Electrochemical Behavior of an Amorphous Fe-Ti-C Surface in Titanium-implanted Steel
Effects of Radiation Damage, Heat Treatment and Dose on the Corrosion and Electrochemical Behaviour of Implanted Iron
Attempts to Reduce the Oxygen Overpotential of Ni Anodes using Ion Beam Mixing and Ion Implantation Techniques
The Influence of Ion-implantation on the Corrosion Resistance of Inconel Alloy 600
RHEED, AES and XPS Studies of the Passive Films Formed on Ion Implated Stainless Steel
The Effect of Chlorine Implantation on the Localized Corrosion Behaviour of Stainless Steel and Aluminium
Anodic Oxidation of Aluminium: Ion Implantation Effects
Solute Redistribution during Corrosion of Titanium-97 Platinum Near-surface Alloys
Modification of the Surface Mechanical Properties of Ferrous Alloys by Nitrogen Ion Implantation
Effects of Nitrogen Ion Implantation on the Wear Properties of Steel
Ion Implantation for Improving Wear Resistance of Metals
The Use of Ion Implantation for Improved Abrasive Wear Resistance
The Effects of N2+ Ion Implantation on the Hardness and Wear Behaviour of Brittle Materials
Microhardness Tests with Penetration Depths Less than Ion Implanted Layer Thickness
The Ultra-microhardness of Ion-implanted Iron and Steel at Sub-micron Depths and Its Correlation with Wear Resistance
Use of Ion Implantation to Improve Adhesion between a Polymer Coating and a Metal
The Effects of Ion Implantation on Low Cycle Fatigue Behavior of Copper Single Crystals
Interrelation between Wear and Oxidation in Ion-implanted Metals
High Temperature Oxidation.
High Temperature Oxidation of Ion Implanted Metals
Aluminium or Boron Implantation into Iron for Improved Oxidation Resistance
The Effects of Fe and Cr Ion Implantation on the Reaction of Iron with Oxygen
A Comparison of the Oxidation of Chromium and Nickel Implanted Iron and Bulk Alloys
The Oxidation of Ion-implanted Nickel at High Temperatures
The Influence of Ion Implantation on the Development of Cr2O3 Scales on Ni-20% Cr at High Temperature
Combined Applications of Ion Implantation and SIMS to Study the Influence of Dopants on the Growth of Oxide Films
The Influence of Cerium and Yttrium Ion Implantation Upon the Oxidation Behaviour of a 20% Cr/25% Ni/Nb Stabilised Stainless Steel, in Carbon Dioxide, at 825°C
A Comparison Between the Effects of Implantation in Ultra-clean and Standard Vacuum Environments
Other Properties and Effects.
The Influence of Amorphization by Ion Implantation on the Superconducting and Normal Conducting Properties of Evaporated Molybdenum Layers
Blistering and Exfoliation on Gold by 1-3.52 MeV Helium Particles
Metal Ion Sources at GSI
Studies of the Surface Composition of Ion-bombarded Metals Using Computer Analysed RBS Spectra
Electron Channeling in Ion Implanted Titanium
Mossbauer Study of Atomic Volume Effects in Elements of Carbon Family
Atomic Volume Effects and Iron Interstitials in Implanted Alloys; Correlation with Miedema Model of Alloying
Reactive Ion-beam Mixing in a Platinum-Metal Halide-Copper System
The Effect of Ion Implantation on a Sputtered TiB Film on a Stainless-steel Substrate
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- © Pergamon 1982
- 1st January 1982
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Global Corrosion Consultants, Telford, UK
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