IMPACT OF POWDERY OXIDE LAYER IN THE TITANIUM/RUTILE SYSTEM PREPARED BY OXIDATIVE CONSTRUCTING OF CERAMIC MATERIALS
Published: 2 Jun 2014
Abstract: The powder oxide layer is formed at the interface between the metal and monolithic oxide after several days of titanium oxidation of bulk titanium samples at 750-900°C. The produced titanium oxides were characterized by means of SEM, XRD techniques. The formation mechanism of the powder oxide layer is discussed.
Keywords: oxidative constructing, titanium oxidation, powdery rutile, ceramic
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