Publisher : The Korean Institute of Surface Engineering
DOI : 10.5695/JKISE.2010.43.1.036
Title & Authors
Characterization of Air and SO2 Gas Corrosion of Silicon Carbide Nanofibers Kim, Min-Jung; Lee, Dong-Bok;
The SiO vapor that was generated from a mixture of Si and was reacted at for 2 h under vacuum with carbon nanofibers to produce SiC nanofibers having an average diameter of 100~200 nm. In order to understand the gas corrosion behavior, SiC nanofibers were exposed to air up to . SiC oxidized to amorphous , but its oxidation resistance was inferior unlike bulk SiC, because of high surface area of nanofibers. When SiC nanofibers were exposed to Ar-1% atmosphere, SiC oxidized to amorphous , without forming , owing to the thermodynamic stability of .
Carbon nanofiber;Silicon carbide;Air-oxidation; gas corrosion;
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