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Key Laboratory of Marine Environmental Corrosion and Bio-fouling, Institute of Oceanology, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Qingdao 266071, China


University of Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100049, China


Electric Power Research Institute, Zhejiang Power Corporation, State Grid Corporation of China, Hangzhou 310000, China


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Academic Editor: Hugo F. Lopez

Abstract The Mg-6%Al-3%Zn and Mg-6%Al-3%Zn-1%, 1.5%, 2%In alloys were prepared by melting and casting. Their microstructures were investigated via metallographic and energy-dispersive X-ray spectroscopy EDS analysis. Moreover, hydrogen evolution and electrochemical tests were carried out in 3.5 wt% NaCl solution aiming at identifying their corrosion mechanisms and discharge behaviors. The results suggested that indium exerts an improvement on both the corrosion rate and the discharge activity of Mg-Al-Zn alloy via the effects of grain refining, β-Mg17Al12 precipitation, dissolving-reprecipitation, and self-peeling. The Mg-6%Al-3%Zn-1.5%In alloy with the highest corrosion rate at free corrosion potential did not perform desirable discharge activity indicating that the barrier effect caused by the β-Mg17Al12 phase would have been enhanced under the conditions of anodic polarization. The Mg-6%Al-3%Zn-1.0%In alloy with a relative low corrosion rate and a high discharge activity is a promising anode material for both cathodic protection and chemical power source applications. View Full-Text

Keywords: AZ63; magnesium; discharge behavior; corrosion; indium AZ63; magnesium; discharge behavior; corrosion; indium

Autor: Jiarun Li 1,2, Kai Wan 1, Quantong Jiang 1, Huyuan Sun 1,* , Yantao Li 1,* , Baorong Hou 1, Liwei Zhu 3 and Min Liu 3



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