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Reactions at Surfaces and Interfaces

Gas-Metal Interactions at High Temperatures
  • Per Kofstad

Abstract

The title “Reactions at Surfaces and Interfaces“ may cover any aspect to be dealt with at this Symposium and will in the widest sense include all reactions with solids, in solids, and on solids. Within a limited space it is both necessary and desirable to limit the scope and to focus on part of this vast field. It is my prerogative to choose, and I shall confine my remarks to gasmetal interactions, and, furthermore, primarily focus on interactions at high temperatures. Even so, this will hopefully bring forth important aspects of reactivity of solids as gasmetal reactions in all their ramifications provide examples of reactions and processes taking place with solids, in solids, and on solids.

Keywords

Oxide Scale Isothermal Section Nickel Sulfide High Temperature Corrosion Parabolic Rate Constant 
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Authors and Affiliations

  • Per Kofstad
    • 1
  1. 1.Department of ChemistryUniversity of Oslo BlindernOslo 3Norway

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