Mössbauer investigation of the influence of the sea atmosphere on the corrosion of steel constructions in Sochi
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A study of the sea atmosphere influence on the corrosion products of steel constructions near Sochi at difference distances from the sea has been made. The phases and compositions of the corrosion products formed on different sides of steel construction elements were examined by using Mössbauer spectroscopy (at 298 and 78 K). The results show that phases and composition distributions in oxide films are different on different parts of the constructions. The differences depend not only on the distance from the sea, but from their relative orientation to the sea also. The phase structure of the oxide films on different positions is identified.
KeywordsMössbauer effect Steel corrosion Phase analysis
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