The Plasma Electrolytic Modification of Metals and Alloys
This book explores non-standard processes in complex electrochemical systems, covering the structure and phase composition of modified alloys, saturation kinetics, and properties of surface layers. It also investigates the plasma electrolytic polishing of many alloys. The book presents the physicist with conditions of heating metals up to 1000 °C inside a solution, the chemist with reactions in vapour-gaseous media and on the surface of an electrode, and the metal scientist with the diffusion saturation of metals with nitrogen, carbon and boron. It will also appeal to engineers, university and college professors, and other researchers in related fields.
Pavel Belkin is a physicist who graduated from Moscow State University, Russia, and studies the processes of plasma electrolysis. He has published four monographs, 11 textbooks, and more than 150 articles.
Sergei Kusmanov is a chemist who graduated from Kostroma State University, Russia, and studies chemical processes, composition and properties of modified surfaces, and wear and corrosion resistance. He has published a monograph, 8 textbooks, and more than 100 articles.
Sergei Shadrin is a physicist who graduated from Kostroma State University, Russia. He is the author of more than 20 articles on thermal aspects of plasma electrolysis.
Ilya Dyakov is a physicist who graduated from Kostroma State University, Russia, and studies the electrochemical characteristics of plasma electrolysis, the composition and properties of modified alloys, and corrosion resistance. He has published a monograph, a textbook, and more than 30 articles.
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