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  • PE Protective Film For Standard Stainless Steel Plate
    PE Protective Film For Standard Stainless Steel Plate Product specification Product: PE Protective Film For Standard Stainless Steel Plate Thickness: 0.045-0.08mm / 45-80mic Length: Maximum 1000 meter each roll Width: Maximum 2600mm Adhesion: Low to high, 10-1200 g/25mm Glue type: Solvent base acrylic, water base acrylic Application: Temporary surface protection…
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The outstanding corrosion resistance of stainless steels results from the presence of a thin oxide--'passive'--film on the metal surface, typically 1-3 nm thick. Combining sophisticated experimental techniques is required to characterize the structure and composition of these thin films, and study their interactions with corrosive environments. This paper examines the two-decade-old progress made in understanding and characterizing passive films on stainless steels. Ex situ surface analysis methods have made significant progress over the past two decades. New in situ methods for studying passive films with atomic resolution were introduced. This allows real-time information about film chemistry, growth, and other aspects. Passive film growth can be done in seconds or minutes. Long range film ordering takes many hours. In situ studies have shown that the rate of stainless steel film growth is limited by charge transfer at the metal/film interface or at the film/solution interface. Ex situ data on film composition are confirmed by in situ estimates.

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