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Formation of the self-assembled structures by the ultrasonic cavitation erosion-corrosion effect on carbon steel
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The cavitation erosion-corrosion effect on the metal surface always forms irregular oxide structures. In this study, we reported the formation of regular self-assembledstructures of amorphous nanoparticles around the cavitationerosion pits on carbon steel upon the ultrasoniccavitation in methylene blue solution. Each self-assembledstructure was composed of linearly aligned nanoparticles of about 100 nm. The formation of self-assembledstructures might be due to the combined effect of corrosion, specific sonochemical reaction in methylene blue solution, and the magnetic domain structures on the carbon steel.
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