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[ding yu tian,shen yue,zhang hong fei,lei jian,li rui min and gao yu bi.Effect of Ca and Mn on Corrosion Behavior of Mg-Zn Alloys in Phosphate Buffer Solution[J].Rare Metal Materials and Engineering,2022,51(8):3031~3040.]
Effect of Ca and Mn on Corrosion Behavior of Mg-Zn Alloys in Phosphate Buffer Solution
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Received:July 20, 2021  Revised:September 23, 2021
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Key words: Mg-Zn alloy  corrosion behavior  corrosion pit  second phases  solution treatment
Foundation item:兰州理工大学红柳一流学科建设项目计划
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ding yu tian,shen yue,zhang hong fei,lei jian,li rui min and gao yu bi  
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Abstract:
      The corrosion behavior of Mg-6Zn, Mg-6Zn-1Ca and Mg-6Zn-1Mn alloys in Phosphate Buffer Saline (PBS) solution were studied by XRD, SEM, EDS, 3D profilometer and weight loss method, and the corrosion mechanism of the three alloys were discussed. The results show that the addition of Ca and Mn can reduce the weight loss rate of the alloy, but the weight loss rate of the alloy with Mn addition (Wr=3.91 % after immersed for 10 days) is lower than that of the alloy with Ca addition (Wr=6.78 %), indicating that Mn element has better corrosion resistance to PBS, which is related to the formation of dense oxide film on the surface of the alloy with Mn addition. At the same time, Mg-6Zn-1Mn alloy shows that pitting corrosion is caused by the primary battery composed of the second phase and the matrix. After solution treatment at 420 °C for different holding time (2~20 h), the corrosion pit of the alloy surface decreases with the increase of holding time, indicating that long time solution treatment can reduce the galvanic corrosion between the second phase and the magnesium matrix, and increase the tendency of uniform corrosion of the alloy.