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Advanced characterization and modelling techniques provide unique insights into oxidant transport processes in growing scales of high-temperature alloys and alloy design for improving their degradation resistance in harsh environments.

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Fig. 1: Schematics illustrating the oxidant transport process.
Fig. 2: Cross-sections of Ni-8Cr-6Al (at%) after exposure for 1 hour at 1,100 ˚C.


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Gleeson, B. Still plenty to explore. Nature Mater 17, 574–576 (2018).

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