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[en] The microstructure of a scale formed on the ATI 718Plus superalloy during oxidation at 850 C for up to 1 000 h in air was characterised using various electron microscopy techniques taking advantage of recent development and capabilities of energy dispersive X-ray spectrometry. The study shows that a protective multilayered Cr2O3 scale was formed on this alloy; the outer Cr2O3 layer was coarse-grained, while the inner one was fine-grained. Underneath, a thin layer composed of TiNbO4 as well as an internal oxidation zone that was a dozen or so micrometres thick and consisted of individual Al2O3 precipitates had formed. The growth of the Cr2O3 layer caused the appearance of a chromium depletion zone, in which the γ' particles were not observed.