The Variation of the Length of the Oxide Crystals Formed on External Surface of Titanium at High Temperatures
The growth of the titanium oxide crystals by heating the metallic titanium surface at temperatures ranging between 900 – 1100°C was studied. The variation of the length of oxide crystals was 0.7 to 6.9 μm at 900°C, 1.6 to 20 μm at 1000°C and 8 to 34 μm at 1100°C. The external surface of titanium oxidized at 900, 1000 and 1100°C was examined and a preferential growth of oxide crystals was noted.
KeywordsExternal Surface Maximum Frequency Oxidation Temperature Preferential Growth Oxide Crystal
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