AOF

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AOFAccount Opening Form
AOFArt of Fighting (SNK video game)
AOFArticles of Faith (band)
AOFAcorn Object Format
AOFApplication Object File
AOFAfrique Occidentale Française (French)
AOFAlexisonfire (band)
AOFAcademy Of Finance (New York State Department of Education)
AOFAdvanced Opportunity Fellowship (various organizations)
AOFAmerican Osteopathic Foundation
AOFAn Old Friend
AOFAmerican Optometric Foundation
AOFAbsolute Open Flow (Gas Well Deliverability Testing)
AOFAcademy of Fellows (various organizations)
AOFAncient Order of Foresters
AOFArbeidernes Opplysningsforbund
AOFAzimuth of Fire (US DoD)
AOFAvon Old Farms (Avon, CT school)
AOFAustralian Oilseeds Federation
AOFAngels of Fire (gaming clan)
AOFArea of Focus
AOFArmy of Freshmen (band)
AOFAcorn Object Format (data storage)
AOFAssociation des Optométristes de France
AOFAtheists and Other Freethinkers (Sacramento, CA)
AOFAmerican Outboard Federation
AOFAngry Old Farts (gaming community)
AOFAxis of Fun
AOFAirfield Operations Flight
AOFArsenal of Freedom
AOFAge of Fire (game)
AOFAkha Outreach Foundation (Thailand)
AOFAccounts On File
AOFAfrica on Fire
AOFAmerica's Opportunity Fund (Seattle, WA)
AOFAggregate Objective Function (algorithm)
AOFAlliance of Freedom (gaming clan)
AOFAddress on File
AOFAnodic Oxide Film
AOFAviation Ordnanceman Fire Control (US Navy rank)
AOFAcolytes of Fayth (gaming group)
AOFActivity, Objects, and Features
AOFAtheists of Florida, Inc.
AOFAssociation of Forty (Israel)
AOFAir Outlet Filter
AOFAffidavit of Forgery
References in periodicals archive ?
Ballester, "Al-based anodic oxide films structure observation using field emission gun scanning electron microscopy," Journal of Materials Processing Technology, vol.
Takaya, "Friction behaviour of anodic oxide film on aluminum impregnated with molybdenum sulfide compounds," Surface & Coatings Technology, vol.
[7] have used very low loads (1 mN-1 N) when working on the friction behavior of anodic oxide films on aluminum.
They cover the role of electrochemical engineering in the energy future, the path from invention to product for the magnetic thin film head, electrochemical surface processes and opportunities for material synthesis, the mathematical modeling of self-organized porous anodic oxide films, engineering self-organizing electrochemistry: porous alumina and titania nanotubes, diffusion-induced stress within core-shell structures and implications for robust electrode design and materials selection, cost-based discovery for engineering solutions, and the multi-scale study of electrochemical energy systems.
Localized chemical composition measurements of the anodized surfaces (EDXS) and Pore size of anodic oxide films. Composition of oxide films (mol %) Sample O Ti Al P V M1 68.17 21.11 2.70 7.16 0.84 M2 68.30 20.61 2.29 7.85 0.93 M3 68.23 20.89 1.97 7.21 1.69 M4 59.80 28.44 3.11 7.35 1.29 M5 63.71 24.79 3.22 7.20 1.06 M6 68.16 20.38 2.63 7.82 0.87 SM 87.73 9.52 2.76 Pore Size Sample Ti/O ([micron]m) M1 3.25 0.744 [+ or -] 0.25 M2 3.38 0.550 [+ or -] 0.23 M3 3.27 0.430 [+ or -] 0.33 M4 2.18 0.480 [+ or -] 0.13 M5 2.66 0.490 [+ or -] 0.13 M6 3.38 0.370 [+ or -] 0.13 SM N/A Table 3.
Konno et al., "Influences of structure and composition on growth of anodic oxide films on Ti-Zr alloys," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
According to the Pourbaix diagrams in Figure 2, anodizing Ti, Ti-20Ta, Ti-10Ta, and Ti-10Mo can form anodic oxide films of these Ti alloys.
Sato, "A theory for breakdown of anodic oxide films on metals," Electrochimica Acta, vol.
Aucouturier, "Structure and physicochemistry of anodic oxide films on titanium and TA6V alloy," Surface and Interface Analysis, vol.