Metallurgy, Alloy, Aluminium, Oxide and Corrosion are his primary areas of study. His Metallurgy study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Layer and Chemical engineering. His Alloy study combines topics in areas such as Noble metal, Non-blocking I/O, Metallography and Isothermal process.
His Aluminium research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Analytical chemistry, Transmission electron microscopy, Substrate and Copper. His studies in Oxide integrate themes in fields like Porosity, Solid solution, Metallic materials, Electron diffraction and Nichrome. His study on Pitting corrosion is often connected to Scaling as part of broader study in Corrosion.
His main research concerns Metallurgy, Aluminium, Alloy, Corrosion and Oxide. His research in Metallurgy intersects with topics in Layer and Chemical engineering. His work carried out in the field of Aluminium brings together such families of science as Inorganic chemistry, Transmission electron microscopy and Analytical chemistry.
In his work, Eutectic system is strongly intertwined with Isothermal process, which is a subfield of Alloy. His Corrosion research includes elements of Environmental chemistry and Metallography. His Yttrium study in the realm of Oxide connects with subjects such as Reciprocating motion.
G. C. Wood mostly deals with Aluminium, Metallurgy, Anodizing, Alloy and Amorphous solid. The study incorporates disciplines such as Sputtering, Corrosion, Electropolishing, Metal and Analytical chemistry in addition to Aluminium. In his study, Mineralogy is inextricably linked to Chemical engineering, which falls within the broad field of Metallurgy.
The concepts of his Anodizing study are interwoven with issues in Secondary ion mass spectrometry, Sodium tungstate, 5005 aluminium alloy, Inorganic chemistry and Layer. The study incorporates disciplines such as Substrate, Phosphoric acid, X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy and Magnesium in addition to Alloy. He has included themes like Tungsten and Sputter deposition in his Amorphous solid study.
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The morphology and mechanism of formation of porous anodic films on aluminium
J. P. O'Sullivan;G. C. Wood.
Proceedings of The Royal Society A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences (1970)
The influence of alloying elements on the development and maintenance of protective scales
F. H. Stott;G. C. Wood;J. Stringer.
Oxidation of Metals (1995)
The influence of yttrium additions on the oxide-scale adhesion to an iron-chromium-aluminum alloy
F. A. Golightly;F. H. Stott;G. C. Wood.
Oxidation of Metals (1976)
Anodic oxidation of aluminium
G. E. Thompson;Y. Xu;P. Skeldon;K. Shimizu.
Philosophical Magazine Part B (1987)
High-temperature oxidation of alloys
Graham C. Wood.
Oxidation of Metals (1970)
A study of the pitting corrosion of Al byscanning electron microscopy
J.A. Richardson;G.C. Wood.
Corrosion Science (1970)
The structure and mechanism of formation of the ‘glaze’ oxide layers produced on nickel-based alloys during wear at high temperatures
F.H. Stott;D.S. Lin;G.C. Wood.
Corrosion Science (1973)
Effects of Alloying Elements in Anodizing of Aluminium
H. Habazaki;K. Shimizu;P. Skeldon;G. E. Thompson.
Transactions of The Institute of Metal Finishing (1997)
The anodizing of aluminium in sulphate solutions
G.C. Wood;J.P. O'Sullivan.
Electrochimica Acta (1970)
A Model for the Incorporation of Electrolyte Species into Anodic Alumina
G. C. Wood;P. Skeldon;G. E. Thompson;K. Shimizu.
Journal of The Electrochemical Society (1996)
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