The effects of Zn segregation and microstructure length scale on the corrosion behavior of a directionally solidified Mg-25 wt.%Zn alloy

The effects of Zn segregation and microstructure length scale on the corrosion behavior of a directionally solidified Mg-25 wt.%Zn alloy

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia, Wislei R. Osório

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Agradecimentos: The authors acknowledge the financial support provided by FAEPEX-UNICAMP, CNPq (The Brazilian Research Council), CAPES and FAPESP- São Paulo Research Foundation (grants 2013/23396-7 and 2014/50502-5)

Biodegradable implants can be used in order to avoid removal surgery. Mg-Zn alloys are considered interesting alternatives for biomedical applications, however, studies concerning the effects of microstructural features in the as-solidified condition and segregation aspects on the resulting...

CONSELHO NACIONAL DE DESENVOLVIMENTO CIENTÍFICO E TECNOLÓGICO - CNPQ

FUNDAÇÃO DE AMPARO À PESQUISA DO ESTADO DE SÃO PAULO - FAPESP

COORDENAÇÃO DE APERFEIÇOAMENTO DE PESSOAL DE NÍVEL SUPERIOR - CAPES

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The effects of Zn segregation and microstructure length scale on the corrosion behavior of a directionally solidified Mg-25 wt.%Zn alloy

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia, Wislei R. Osório


										

The effects of Zn segregation and microstructure length scale on the corrosion behavior of a directionally solidified Mg-25 wt.%Zn alloy

Nathalia C. Verissimo, Emmanuelle S. Freitas, Noé Cheung, Amauri Garcia, Wislei R. Osório

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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. 649-660