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Recent angle resolved X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy ( AR-XPS ) on the surface of iron-low chromium alloys due to air exposure at room temperature after sputter cieaning has suggested that an oxide layer of nanometer order of magnitude of thickness formed on the ailoys, and a contaminated overlayer covered the oxide layer. In the present work, we havesubsequently studied the surface of iron-chromium al loys containing chromium more than 50masso/o, in order to confirm the previous remarks fordoi:10.2355/isijinternational.36.433 fatcat:lt2ynvq7jrb6pp5shv3fwocalu