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Iron and steel corrosion mechanisms in a carbonate rich pore water: Multiscale characterization of the corrosion product layers

Abstract : Corrosion experiments were performed on a ferrito-pearlitic (P285-NH) and a ferritic steel (Armco) in a synthetic solution representing the Callovo-Oxfordian porewater during a month at 120°C. Corrosion product layers (CPLs) were characterized from micro to nanoscale in terms of morphology (electron microscopies), composition (energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy), and structure (µ-Raman, selected area electron diffraction). Both systems present a Ca-siderite bilayer which interface locates the metal original surface, and nano to micrometric magnetite islets on the internal carbonated layer and at the M/CPL interface. The impact of cementite is highlighted in terms of morphology of the CPL and corrosion mechanism.
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Hélène Lotz, Delphine Neff, Florence Mercier-Bion, Christian Bataillon, Philippe Dillmann, et al.. Iron and steel corrosion mechanisms in a carbonate rich pore water: Multiscale characterization of the corrosion product layers. Materials and Corrosion / Werkstoffe und Korrosion, Wiley-VCH Verlag, 2022, ⟨10.1002/maco.202213417⟩. ⟨cea-03769936⟩

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