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Nanocoatings pp 77-110 | Cite as

Characterization of Nanostructured Coatings

  • Mahmood AliofkhazraeiEmail author
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Part of the Engineering Materials book series (ENG.MAT.)

Abstract

Materials with nano-crystalline structure are away from equilibrium state. Nanometric (nano-crystalline) structure is the term which is applied for each material provided that its microstructure comprises of extremely fine particles, measuring from 1 to 100 nm generally. Comparing materials with ordinary structure, nanostructured materials, due to having high density of interface levels and also high volume of crystal imperfections like vacancy and dislocations, show unique and unparallel properties. In inter-crystal areas, atomic density and the way of arrangement of atoms differ from crystal areas and consequently, physical and chemical properties of inter-crystal areas differ from crystal areas as well. The main reason behind this behavioral change can be defined as a result of superficial energy increase in nano-crystalline materials. The special high level of nanostructured materials and following increase of superficial free energy cause that sensitive properties to surface (like superficial reaction phenomena) is improved coupled with accelerating the processes which superficial energy is operated as progressive force.

Keywords

Passive Film Nanostructured Material Interface Stress Interface Free Energy Free Energy Increase 
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  1. 1.Materials Engineering DepartmentTarbiat Modares UniversityTehranIran

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