Effect of vacuum heating on the corrosion resistance of Al-4.5Zn-2Mg
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Preliminary heat treatment in vacuum of Al-Zn-Mg alloys improves the stress corrosion resistance. One of the probable reasons for this effect is the impoverishment of the surface layer in magnesium and zinc.
KeywordsZinc Magnesium Heat Treatment Surface Layer Corrosion Resistance
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