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Selecting proper candidate materials is one key issue for the development of the supercritical water-cooled nuclear reactor (SCWR). Designing or choosing the most fitting materials means better sustainability, economics and safety. As the supercritical water is a very aggressive corrosive media, corrosion becomes one challenging problem for the materials used in the SCWR. This paper involves the corrosion testing of two stainless steels (304L and 310S) and microstructure evaluation of samplesdoi:10.37358/rc.20.8.8284 fatcat:vgnjpihcwvhghgaa7quqirt2ie