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Journal: Corrosion
Corrosion 49 (10).
Paper Number: NACE-93100850
Published: 01 October 1993
... in particle size.6 Following high-magnification (5,000x) surface examination, Masden concluded that micropolishing of the particles was responsible. The smoothing of the rough surfaces was on a scale of less than 2 µm. Time-dependent particle erosiveness probably is more important in experimental systems than...
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Paper presented at the CORROSION 2001, March 11–16, 2001
Paper Number: NACE-01257
..., 360, 400 and 600. For fine polishing we used Buehler Aluminum Oxide Powder and Buehler micropolish II powder suspended inwater and applied to the polishing cloths. We started with a 5 micron aluminum oxide powder with a water inse in between cycles, followed with a 0.5 micron micropolish and a final...
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Journal: SPE Journal
SPE J. 26 (06): 3529–3543.
Paper Number: SPE-205361-PA
Published: 15 December 2021
..., nanoparticles enter spaces on the solid contact surface forming a self-protective film, which results in micropolishing and self-mending the surface that yields friction reductions. This protective layer is the key in reducing wear of drilling strings and decreased energy consumptions. In addition, spherically...
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Journal: Corrosion
Corrosion 54 (10).
Paper Number: NACE-98100814
Published: 01 October 1998
... surfaces. EXPERIMENTAL Electrode Construction Microelectrodes were constructed in a method similar to that of Brendel and Luther.17 A pipette puller and an electronic micropolisher were used. First, a gold wire with a diameter of 25 m m was in- serted into a glass capillary 15 cm long and with a 1-mm outer...
Proceedings Papers

Paper presented at the Corrosion97, March 9–14, 1997
Paper Number: NACE-97300
... adjustment of the heating temperature. Once cooled, the excess glass and melted gold were ground away with a Narishige model EG-40 electronic micropolisher to expose the gold wire section. Because heating and grinding often resulted in microcracks of sealing glass at the tip, a stereo microscope was used...

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