Amanda Persdotter

Doctoral Student at Environmental Inorganic Chemistry

Amanda is a PhD student at the division of Energy and materials (Environmental Inorganic Chemistry). Her research is focused on high temperature corrosion issues mainly applied to biomass- and waste fired boilers. In particular the research is focused on using ion- and electron microscopy and spectroscopy techniques to increase the understanding on how alloying elements and exposure environment may influence the microstructure of the oxide scale formed on different steels and alter the properties of the corrosion protection.

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2020

Oxidation of Fe-2.25Cr-1Mo in presence of KCl(s) at 400 °C – Crack formation and its influence on oxidation kinetics

Amanda Persdotter, Mohammad Sattari, Erik Larsson et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 163
Journal article
2019

The Influence of KCl and HCl on the High-Temperature Oxidation of a Fe-2.25Cr-1Mo Steel at 400 °C

Erik Larsson, Jesper Liske, Amanda Persdotter et al
Oxidation of Metals. Vol. In Press
Journal article
2019

The Influence of Oxide-Scale Microstructure on KCl(s)-Induced Corrosion of Low-Alloyed Steel at 400 °C

Mercedes Andrea Olivas Ogaz, Johan Eklund, Amanda Persdotter et al
Oxidation of Metals
Journal article
2018

The influence of silicon on the corrosion properties of FeCrAl model alloys in oxidizing environments at 600 °C

Johan Eklund, B. Jonsson, Amanda Persdotter et al
Corrosion Science. Vol. 144, p. 266-276
Journal article

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