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The Mechanism of the Attack of Sulfur and Sulfur Compounds on Metals and Alloys

  • Karl Hauffe

Abstract

Sulfide formation in metals for rate-determining diffusion and transport processes obeys the same rate laws that were described earlier for oxygen attack on metals. Wagner1 described the process for the case of sulfide formation with silver and liquid sulfur at 220°C. However, since the reaction mechanism is often considerably complicated by rate-determining phase- boundary reactions, nucleus formation, and pore diffusion, it appears advisable to consider these reactions separately in order not to cloud the clarity of the previous presentation.

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Sulfur Compound Sulfide Formation Sulfide Layer Copper Selenide Liquid Sulfur 
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