Directionally solidified dilute Zn-Mg alloys : correlation between microstructure and corrosion properties

Directionally solidified dilute Zn-Mg alloys : correlation between microstructure and corrosion properties

Talita A. Vida, Ana Conde, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Maria A. Arenas, Noé Cheung, Crystopher Brito, Juan de Damborenea, Amauri Garcia

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Zinc–Magnesium (Zn–Mg) alloys have been addressed as potential biodegradable biomaterials. These alloys enable to overcome the main drawbacks of Mg, its high corrosion rate and hydrogen evolution. Moreover, homogeneous corrosion degradation is also an interesting issue to ensure the success of...

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Directionally solidified dilute Zn-Mg alloys : correlation between microstructure and corrosion properties

Talita A. Vida, Ana Conde, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Maria A. Arenas, Noé Cheung, Crystopher Brito, Juan de Damborenea, Amauri Garcia


										

Directionally solidified dilute Zn-Mg alloys : correlation between microstructure and corrosion properties

Talita A. Vida, Ana Conde, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Maria A. Arenas, Noé Cheung, Crystopher Brito, Juan de Damborenea, Amauri Garcia

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    Journal of alloys and compounds. An interdisciplinary journal of materials science and solid-state chemistry and physics

    Vol. 723 (Nov., 2017), p. 536-547