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|Title:||Corrosion behaviour of triode plasma diffusion treated and PVD TiN-coated Ti-6Al-4V in acidified aqueous chloride environments|
Avelar-Batista Wilson, J. C.
|Citation:||Scerri, A., Buhagiar, J., Banfield, S., Wilson, J. A. B., Housden, J., Leyland, A., ... & Cassar, G. (2015). Corrosion behaviour of triode plasma diffusion treated and PVD TiN-coated Ti-6Al-4V in acidified aqueous chloride environments. Surface and Coatings Technology, 280, 185-193.|
|Abstract:||The corrosion resistance of triode plasma-nitrided and oxynitrided Ti–6Al–4V was investigated in a hydrochloric acid solution using potentiodynamic polarisation, cyclic voltammetry, and immersion testing at OCP. The untreated and the PVD TiN-coated alloy were used as benchmarks. When compared to the untreated alloy and a PVD-TiN coating, the diffusion treated alloys proved to be more durable due to the presence of a Ti2N compound layer. The corrosion barrier properties of the nitrided alloy depend on both thickness and integrity of the nitride compound layer; the thicker the layer, the better the performance in these tests.|
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