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Wang Z.-H.,University of Science and Technology Beijing | Yang B.,University of Science and Technology Beijing | Yang B.,CAS International Center for Materials Physics | Gu C.-D.,Zhejiang University | And 3 more authors.
Gongneng Cailiao yu Qijian Xuebao/Journal of Functional Materials and Devices | Year: 2011

Taking a slice of Fe as an anode, the relationship of pulse electrode position parameters with the microstructure and magnetic property of Fe-Co alloy film deposited on pure Cu substrate by high-frequency (20-140 kHz) pulse currents was studied. Influence of solubility of Fe on composition and property of Fe-Co alloy deposits was also investigated. EPMA images showed that the surface roughness of Fe-Co films increases with duty cycle increasing. SEM micrographs revealed that with the increase of pulse frequency used in this experiment, the deposition rates are enhanced, which so increases the thick- ness of the Fe-Co films. Hence, high-frequency pulse electrode position technique was used for a new type of high-rate plating technique. XRD patterns showed that the intensity ratio between the fcc(111) and the bcc (110) at first decreases slightly and then increases abruptly as the pulse frequency increases. VSM results revealed that coercivity of Fe-Co film deposited at 140 kHz is lower compared with those deposited at 20 or 80 kHz, which indicates that the film with good soft magnetic property was electrode-posited at high frequency. Fe 65Co 35 film with saturation magnetizations of 2.12 T was prepared, but its coercivity was high. The performance of the Fe, Co and Ti anode was compared through coercivity value of deposits, and it was observed that the Co anode is superior to the others. Source


Qian Y.-Y.,Chinese PLA General Hospital | Xue L.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular | Hu D.-X.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Li G.-P.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular | Jiang H.,CAS Beijing National Laboratory for Molecular
Dyes and Pigments | Year: 2012

A novel quinoline-based fluorescent probe for detecting H 2O 2 is described. In aqueous solution, the probe exhibits fluorescence emission at 542 nm originating from the monocationic species. The reaction between the probe and H 2O 2 causes quenching of the emission at 542 nm and simultaneously yields a significant hypsochromic shift of the emission maximum to 480 nm due to the H 2O 2-triggered boronate cleavage process. Thus, a single-excitation, dual-emission ratiometric measurement with a large blue shift in emission (Δλ = 62 nm) and remarkable changes in the ratio (F 480 nm/F 542 nm) of the emission intensity (R/R 0 up to 8.3-fold) can be established. Moreover, the probe can also afford high selectivity for detecting H 2O 2 over other biological reactive oxygen species. © 2012 Elsevier Ltd. All rights reserved. Source


Liu F.G.,Tianjin University | Liu F.G.,China offshore Oil Engineering Co. | Liu F.G.,China National Offshore Oil Corporation | Wu S.R.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Lu C.S.,China National Offshore Oil Corporation
Corrosion Engineering Science and Technology | Year: 2011

Calcareous deposits were formed on steel under cathodic protection conditions in artificial sea water at various potentials from -0.900 to -1.400 V(SCE). The deposition calcareous layers were characterised by electrochemical impedance spectroscopies, scanning electron microscopy observations and X-ray diffraction analyses. At 20°C, the deposits were composed of calcite CaCO3 when formed at various potentials in solution 1, of brucite Mg(OH)2 and aragonite CaCO3 when formed at potentials from -0.900 to -1.200 V(SCE) and only of brucite when formed at potentials E≤1.300 V(SCE) in solution 2. Magnesium seems to influence the corrosion behaviour of freely corroding steel by causing calcium carbonate to precipitate as aragonite. Aragonite is more effective in covering the surface than calcite and is therefore more functional in preventing oxygen from reaching the steel surface, thereby lowering the corrosion rate. © 2011 Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining. Source


Wang Z.-K.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Li Y.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Yao C.-G.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Wang H.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | And 3 more authors.
Yejin Fenxi/Metallurgical Analysis | Year: 2010

The high carbon-chrome iron sample was treated by microwave digestion with hydrofluoric acid and perchloric acid as solvent. The content of silicon and phosphorus was then determined by inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometry. The working conditions of inductively coupled plasma atomic emission spectrometer were optimized. In this study, 251.612 nm and 213.618 nm were used as the analytical lines of silicon and phosphorus, respectively. The interference and correction of matrix iron, chrome and acids were discussed. The results indicated that iron and chrome had little interference with the determination, which could be eliminated by matrix matching method. The interference of acid could be reduced or eliminated by adding the same amount of acid into sample and standard sample. The detection limits of silicon and phosphorus were 0. 0015% and 0.0021%, respectively. The standard sample and actual sample of high carbon-chrome iron were analyzed by this method. The results were consistent with the certified values or those obtained by other methods(alkali fusion ICP-AES method, XRF method). The relative standard deviations(RSD) were in the range of 0.40%-5.3%(n=11). Source


Hu D.-X.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Zhao J.-Y.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Jin B.-Y.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center | Fu Z.-Q.,Minerals and Metallic Materials Inspection Center
Yejin Fenxi/Metallurgical Analysis | Year: 2014

Representativeness and accuracy of inclusion analysis should be figured out for the determination and characterization of non-metallic inclusions in low alloy steel. The non-metallic inclusions components in low alloy steel, as well as the single spark pulse distribution and spectra was studied. In combination with quantitative metallography, SEM and EDS, the main existence state of the inclusions in low alloy steel and the relevance between abnormal spectral signals and the particle number and size of the inclusions were explored. It was found that the particle number of larger inclusions had a greater significant impact on the relative frequency of the abnormal sparks, and the ratio of abnormal average intensity to the overall average intensity was also closely related with the average particle size of the inclusion. When the contents of the main elements in low alloy steel were measured, the system could identify and detect non-metallic inclusions with single spark pulse distribution and spectra at the same time and thus realized the qualitative and quantitative determination of non-metallic inclusions with the combination of physical means, namely, metallography and SEM, so it is suitable for the daily quality control of low alloy steels. Source

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