The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Corrosion, Metallurgy, Copper, Inorganic chemistry and Oxide. His study in Corrosion is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Zinc, Passivation, Dissolution, Electrochemistry and Chloride. His Metallurgy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Composite material and Nuclear chemistry.
The concepts of his Copper study are interwoven with issues in Surface runoff and Atmospheric exposure. His Inorganic chemistry research includes elements of In situ, Raman spectroscopy, Molecule, Acetic acid and Aqueous solution. His research in Oxide intersects with topics in Titanium, Dielectric spectroscopy, Torr and Nanoparticle.
His primary scientific interests are in Corrosion, Metallurgy, Copper, Inorganic chemistry and Atmospheric corrosion. His Corrosion study incorporates themes from Zinc, Dissolution, Metal, Analytical chemistry and Alloy. He combines subjects such as Electrochemistry and Chemical engineering with his study of Metallurgy.
His Copper research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Oxide, Self-assembled monolayer, Quartz crystal microbalance and Surface runoff. The Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Molecule, Absorption spectroscopy, Formic acid, Acetic acid and Chloride. His Atmospheric corrosion research includes themes of In situ, Mineralogy and Solid-state chemistry.
Christofer Leygraf mainly investigates Metallurgy, Corrosion, Copper, Atmospheric corrosion and Intermetallic. His studies deal with areas such as Cathodic protection and Argon as well as Metallurgy. His Corrosion research incorporates themes from Nanotechnology, Inorganic chemistry, Metal, Alloy and Chemical engineering.
The various areas that Christofer Leygraf examines in his Inorganic chemistry study include Brass, Zinc and Radiolysis. Christofer Leygraf interconnects Layer, Spent nuclear fuel, Oxide and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy in the investigation of issues within Copper. His work carried out in the field of Atmospheric corrosion brings together such families of science as Intergranular corrosion, Mineralogy and Environmental resource management.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Corrosion, Metallurgy, Intermetallic, Alloy and Chloride. The study incorporates disciplines such as Inorganic chemistry, Brass, Spent nuclear fuel and Aqueous solution in addition to Corrosion. His Inorganic chemistry study combines topics in areas such as Monolayer, Self-assembled monolayer, Zinc and Copper.
As part of the same scientific family, Christofer Leygraf usually focuses on Metallurgy, concentrating on Chemical engineering and intersecting with Rotating disk electrode and Convection. His study on Intermetallic also encompasses disciplines like
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Electrochemical impedance spectroscopy study of the passive oxide film on titanium for implant application
J. Pan;D. Thierry;C. Leygraf.
Electrochimica Acta (1996)
Surface characteristics, copper release, and toxicity of nano- and micrometer-sized copper and copper(II) oxide particles: a cross-disciplinary study.
Klara Midander;Pontus Cronholm;Hanna L. Karlsson;Karine Elihn.
Corrosion resistance for biomaterial applications of TiO2 films deposited on titanium and stainless steel by ion-beam-assisted sputtering.
J. Pan;C. Leygraf;D. Thierry;A. M. Ektessabi.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1997)
Variation of oxide films on titanium induced by osteoblast‐like cell culture and the influence of an H2O2 pretreatment
J. Pan;H. Liao;C. Leygraf;D. Thierry.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1998)
The evolution of outdoor copper patina
A. Krätschmer;I. Odnevall Wallinder;C. Leygraf.
Corrosion Science (2002)
A LEED-AES study of the oxidation of Fe (110) and Fe (100)
C. Leygraf;S. Ekelund.
Surface Science (1973)
EIS and XPS study of surface modification of 316LVM stainless steel after passivation.
D. Wallinder;J. Pan;C. Leygraf;A. Delblanc-Bauer.
Corrosion Science (1998)
A laboratory study of copper and zinc runoff during first flush and steady-state conditions
W He;I Odnevall Wallinder;C Leygraf.
Corrosion Science (2001)
Hydrogen peroxide toward enhanced oxide growth on titanium in PBS solution: blue coloration and clinical relevance.
J. Pan;D. Thierry;C. Leygraf.
Journal of Biomedical Materials Research (1996)
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