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TUNGSTEN COATING APPLIED TO RADIOACTIVE WASTE CONTAINERS BY THE GAS-PHASE METHOD: ASSESSMENT OF CORROSION PROPERTIES

JOURNAL: 2024, 2 (27), p. 50-58

AUTHORS: V.V. Dushik, E.S. Abramova, N.A. Shapagina, A.V. Safonov

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The article summarizes the study exploring the anti-corrosion characteristics of tungsten coatings produced by chemical gas-phase deposition in a solution simulating the geochemical conditions at the Yeniseiskiy site. The study shows that a 30-micron-thick tungsten-based coating appears to be quite stable with an average corrosion rate of 1.4 microns/year. It also notes the high stability of tungsten coatings under microbial fouling conditions.

Keywords: radioactive waste, metal containers, tungsten coating, anti-corrosion properties, microbial corrosion.


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Dushik V. V., Abramova E. S., Shapagina N. A., Safonov A. V. Tungsten Coating Applied to Radioactive Waste Containers by the Gas-Phase Method: Assessment of Corrosion Properties. Radioactive Waste, 2024, no. 2 (27), pp. 50—58. DOI: 10.25283/2587-9707-2024-2-50-58. (In Russian).


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