Table 2: MS parameters of corrosion products taken from the steam generators SG46, SG35 and the feed water pipes.

SG: pos.H1A (T)Arel (%)H1B (T)Arel (%) H2 (T)Arel (%)Additional components

46: 5o49,651,946,134,21,5B, D
46: 7o49,711,546,37,01,6B
46: 7i49,521,246,015,81,3B
46: 4o49,640,146,259,90,7
46: 9i49,735,346,353,20,751,810,0

35: 649,738,446,361,60,6
35: 549,733,246,366,80,5
35: 449,536,346,156,70,6S
35: 949,537,946,262,10,6
35: 1049,636,146,252,20,7D, S

42 pl49,441,346,158,70,7
32 pl49,334,846,157,00,651,68,1

(1) 09 (TG31)49,323,046,034,20,751,734,6D
(2) 09 (TG32)49,424,846,129,90,851,941,4D
(3) 09 (TG41)49,424,945,924,21,051,840,4D
(4) 09 (TG42)49,327,545,930,00,951,924,3D

Outside (o), inside (i) (position, where the samples were taken), pipeline (pl), doublet presence (D), singlet (S), magnetite’s hyperfine magnetic field in Tesla (H1A, H1B), ratio between A and B subcomponent areas in magnetite ( ), hematite’s hyperfine magnetic field in Tesla (H2), base material presence (B), area of the component in the spectra in % (Arel).