Surface modification of 316L stainless steel with magnetron sputtered TiN/VN nanoscale multilayers for bio implant applications

Nanoscale multilayered TiN/VN coatings were developed by reactive dc magnetron sputtering on 316L stainless steel substrates

B. Subramanian

2011

Scholarcy highlights

  • Nanoscale multilayered TiN/VN coatings were developed by reactive dc magnetron sputtering on 316L stainless steel substrates
  • XPS analysis indicated the presence of peaks corresponding to Ti2p, V2p, N1s, O1s, and C1s
  • Raman spectra exhibited the characteristic peaks in the acoustic range of 160–320 cm−1 and in the optic range between 480 and 695 cm−1
  • Columnar structure of the coatings was observed from TEM analysis
  • Tafel plots in simulated bodily fluid showed lower corrosion rate for the TiN/VN nanoscale multilayer coatings compared to single layer and bare 316L SS substrate
  • Et al Surface modification of 316L stainless steel with magnetron sputtered TiN/VN nanoscale multilayers for bio implant applications

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