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Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers

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Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers. / Saarimaa, Ville; Kaleva, Aaretti; Paunikallio, Teemu; Nikkanen, Juha-Pekka; Heinonen, Saara; Levänen, Erkki; Väisänen, Pasi; Markkula, Antti.

julkaisussa: Surface and Interface Analysis, Vuosikerta 50, Nro 5, 2018, s. 564-570.

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Saarimaa, V, Kaleva, A, Paunikallio, T, Nikkanen, J-P, Heinonen, S, Levänen, E, Väisänen, P & Markkula, A 2018, 'Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers', Surface and Interface Analysis, Vuosikerta. 50, Nro 5, Sivut 564-570. https://doi.org/10.1002/sia.6429

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Saarimaa, V., Kaleva, A., Paunikallio, T., Nikkanen, J-P., Heinonen, S., Levänen, E., ... Markkula, A. (2018). Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers. Surface and Interface Analysis, 50(5), 564-570. https://doi.org/10.1002/sia.6429

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Saarimaa V, Kaleva A, Paunikallio T, Nikkanen J-P, Heinonen S, Levänen E et al. Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers. Surface and Interface Analysis. 2018;50(5):564-570. https://doi.org/10.1002/sia.6429

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Saarimaa, Ville ; Kaleva, Aaretti ; Paunikallio, Teemu ; Nikkanen, Juha-Pekka ; Heinonen, Saara ; Levänen, Erkki ; Väisänen, Pasi ; Markkula, Antti. / Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers. Julkaisussa: Surface and Interface Analysis. 2018 ; Vuosikerta 50, Nro 5. Sivut 564-570.

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title = "Convenient extraction method for quantification of thin zinc patina layers",
abstract = "Synthetic zinc patina was grown on galvanized steel sheets in supercritical carbon dioxide atmosphere. Different patina compounds were dissolved and quantified using a stepwise immersion and dissolution procedure. The distinct patina components, namely anhydrous zinc carbonate (a dense layer adjacent to metallic zinc) and zinc hydroxy carbonate (nanowires on the surface), were dissolved in glycine solutions, followed by quantification of Zn2+ in the solutes by X-ray fluorescence. The zinc hydroxy carbonate nanowires were readily glycine soluble, and the anhydrous zinc carbonate showed scarce glycine solubility, which enabled their selective quantification. The amount of the remaining (anhydrous) zinc carbonate after glycine extraction was determined from the glycine-soluble zinc oxide after calcination (heat treatment for 10 minutes at 350°C). The results were verified by scanning electron microscopy imaging and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy measurements.",
keywords = "Galvanized steel, Glycine, Supercritical carbon dioxide, Zinc carbonate, Zinc nanowires, Zinc oxide",
author = "Ville Saarimaa and Aaretti Kaleva and Teemu Paunikallio and Juha-Pekka Nikkanen and Saara Heinonen and Erkki Lev{\"a}nen and Pasi V{\"a}is{\"a}nen and Antti Markkula",
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journal = "Surface and Interface Analysis",
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AU - Saarimaa, Ville

AU - Kaleva, Aaretti

AU - Paunikallio, Teemu

AU - Nikkanen, Juha-Pekka

AU - Heinonen, Saara

AU - Levänen, Erkki

AU - Väisänen, Pasi

AU - Markkula, Antti

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N2 - Synthetic zinc patina was grown on galvanized steel sheets in supercritical carbon dioxide atmosphere. Different patina compounds were dissolved and quantified using a stepwise immersion and dissolution procedure. The distinct patina components, namely anhydrous zinc carbonate (a dense layer adjacent to metallic zinc) and zinc hydroxy carbonate (nanowires on the surface), were dissolved in glycine solutions, followed by quantification of Zn2+ in the solutes by X-ray fluorescence. The zinc hydroxy carbonate nanowires were readily glycine soluble, and the anhydrous zinc carbonate showed scarce glycine solubility, which enabled their selective quantification. The amount of the remaining (anhydrous) zinc carbonate after glycine extraction was determined from the glycine-soluble zinc oxide after calcination (heat treatment for 10 minutes at 350°C). The results were verified by scanning electron microscopy imaging and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy measurements.

AB - Synthetic zinc patina was grown on galvanized steel sheets in supercritical carbon dioxide atmosphere. Different patina compounds were dissolved and quantified using a stepwise immersion and dissolution procedure. The distinct patina components, namely anhydrous zinc carbonate (a dense layer adjacent to metallic zinc) and zinc hydroxy carbonate (nanowires on the surface), were dissolved in glycine solutions, followed by quantification of Zn2+ in the solutes by X-ray fluorescence. The zinc hydroxy carbonate nanowires were readily glycine soluble, and the anhydrous zinc carbonate showed scarce glycine solubility, which enabled their selective quantification. The amount of the remaining (anhydrous) zinc carbonate after glycine extraction was determined from the glycine-soluble zinc oxide after calcination (heat treatment for 10 minutes at 350°C). The results were verified by scanning electron microscopy imaging and Fourier transform infrared spectroscopy measurements.

KW - Galvanized steel

KW - Glycine

KW - Supercritical carbon dioxide

KW - Zinc carbonate

KW - Zinc nanowires

KW - Zinc oxide

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DO - 10.1002/sia.6429

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VL - 50

SP - 564

EP - 570

JO - Surface and Interface Analysis

JF - Surface and Interface Analysis

SN - 0142-2421

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