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Oxidative Degradation of Atomized Iron Controlled By the Nanostructured Environment

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  26 February 2011

Naveen Rawat
Affiliation:
ksssch@rit.edu, Rochester Institute of Technology, Marterials Science and Engineering and Chemistry, Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY, 14623, United States, 5854752920
Russel Gudyaka
Affiliation:
ksssch@rit.edu, Delphi, Rochester, NY, 14623, United States
Kumar Mohit
Affiliation:
ksssch@rit.edu, Rochester Institute of Technology, Center For Materials Science and Engineering, Rochester, NY, 14623, United States
Kalathur S.V. Santhanam
Affiliation:
ksssch@rit.edu, Rochester Institute of Technology, Center For Materials Science and Engineering, Lomb Memorial Drive, Rochester, NY, 14623, United States
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Abstract

A large number of composited materials of atomized iron and multiwalled carbon nanotubes have been prepared and sintered at 850°C for one hour. The sintered samples were examined for thermal and for electrochemical corrosion of atomized iron. The results suggest that the composited materials are free from oxidative degradation. The absence of oxidation of atomized iron in nanocomposited environment is attributed to the configurational geometry and spintronics type interaction proposed in recent theoretical calculations.

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Copyright © Materials Research Society 2007

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