In this investigation, chromium alloy powders of varying size are used to deposit coatings by HVOF spraying in order to study the effect of powder size on particle oxidation and oxygen content in the coatings. The results show that oxide content in both the layer and sprayed particles is extremely dependent on particle size and that little additional oxidation is likely to occur after particle impact. Paper includes a German-language abstract.

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