By Neil Birks, Gerald H. Meier, Frederick S. Pettit
A simple therapy describing the oxidation methods of metals and alloys at increased temperatures.
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2 Thermodynamic fundamentals Introduction A sound understanding of high-temperature corrosion reactions requires the determination of whether or not a given component in a metal or alloy can react with a given component from the gas phase or another condensed phase, and to rationalize observed products of the reactions. In practice, the corrosion problems to be solved are often complex, involving the reaction of multicomponent alloys with gases containing two or more reactive components. The situation is often complicated by the presence of liquid or solid deposits, which form either by condensation from the vapour or impaction of particulate matter.
Introduction to the High-Temperature Oxidation of Metals by Neil Birks, Gerald H. Meier, Frederick S. Pettit