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The Oxalic Acid test is only used to ensure that no corrosion exists; samples are labeled either "Acceptable" or "Suspect". A different ASTM A test method must be used to quantify the level of corrosion or to disqualify a material for use. The Oxalic Acid test is also only applicable to corrosion associated with chromium carbide precipitates and is only useful for specific material grades. Please refer to the specification for more details. The level of corrosion is determined by mass loss. The samples are weighed at each interval to determine mass loss and degree of susceptibility to intergranular attack.

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The Oxalic Acid test is only used to ensure that no corrosion exists; samples are labeled either "Acceptable" or "Suspect". A different ASTM A test method must be used to quantify the level of corrosion or to disqualify a material for use. The Oxalic Acid test is also only applicable to corrosion associated with chromium carbide precipitates and is only useful for specific material grades. Please refer to the specification for more details. The level of corrosion is determined by mass loss.

The samples are weighed at each interval to determine mass loss and degree of susceptibility to intergranular attack. This method is preferable for chromium depletions and corrosion in intermetallic phases. Strauss Test ASTM A Practice E This test is used exclusively to determine corrosion in areas high in chromium carbide formations, and is not as effective for intergranular attack caused by other means. Strauss test specimens are boiled in a Copper Sulfate - Sulfuric Acid mixture for 15 hours.

A bend test followed by a visual or micro-examination are used to determine "Pass" or "Fail" of test specimens. The Copper Sulfate Test is especially effective for determining susceptibility to intergranular attack for low carbon steels.

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In the presence of tensile stress, cracking may occur along grain boundaries and this type of corrosion is frequently called "interranular stress corrosion cracking IGSCC " or simply "intergranular corrosion cracking". Intergranular corrosion in stainless steel may result from precipitation of carbides, nitrides or intermetallic phases. Only in the most highly oxidizing solutions can intergranular attack be caused by intermetallic phases. When a test is to be restricted to carbides, in a material containing nitrides or intermetallic phases, a less oxidizing solution is chosen. Oxalic Acid Test, ASTM A, Practice A Oxalic Acid Etch The oxalic acid etch test is a rapid method of screening those specimens of certain stainless steel grades which are essentially free of susceptibility to intergranular attack associated with chromium carbide participates. The test is used for acceptance but not rejection of material.

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This document describes all three of these tests for four common standards, and describes the differences. Just remember that these tests were devised for specific groups of alloys and should not be applied to all CRAs! This document also points out which alloys the tests are intended for, and recommends the most appropriate test when none is specified. Why were these tests designed? Intergranular corrosion tests are primarily designed to detect carbide precipitates on grain boundaries. However, although some tests also claim to detect intermetallic phases, inter granular corrosion tests should not be relied on for this, as the response of CRAs to the test solutions vary widely.

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ASTM A262 PRACTICE E PDF

To conduct these tests, w e carefully choose a method w hich is suitable for the steel grade and grain boundary composition to be tested. Intergranular corrosion in stainless steels may result from precipitation of carbides, nitrides or intermetallic phases. Only in the most highly oxidizing solutions can intergranular attack be caused by intermetallic phases. When a test is to be restricted to carbides, in a material containing nitrides or intermetallic phases, a less oxidizing solution is chosen. The test is used for acceptance but not rejection of material.

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More A Methods for preparing the test specimens, rapid screening tests, apparatus setup and testing procedures, and calculations and report contents are described for each testing practice. The etch structure types used to classify the specimens are: step structure, dual structure, ditch structure, isolated ferrite, interdendritic ditches, end-grain pitting I, and end-grain pitting II. This abstract is a brief summary of the referenced standard. It is informational only and not an official part of the standard; the full text of the standard itself must be referred to for its use and application. ASTM does not give any warranty express or implied or make any representation that the contents of this abstract are accurate, complete or up to date.

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