|Air-oxidation of an amorphous Fe70C10P10B5Mo5 alloy at 400–500 °C
Cheng, F. P.
Chen, Y. T.
Huang, H. H.
|Journal of Alloys and Compounds
This research was conducted to demonstrate the oxidation behavior of an Fe70C10P10B5Mo5 amorphous ribbon investigated at 400–500 °C in dry air. The oxidation kinetics of the glassy alloy generally obeyed the parabolic-rate law with its oxidation rate constants steadily increasing with temperature. The oxidation rates of this alloy were slower than those of pure Fe and this indicated its better oxidation-resistant ability. The scale formed on the glassy alloy consisted mostly of a Fe2O3/Fe3O4 mixture, while minor amount of B2O3 was detected in the innermost scale.
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