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Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering
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Volume 21, Issue 4 - Dec 1988
Volume 21, Issue 3 - Sep 1988
Volume 21, Issue 2 - Jun 1988
Volume 21, Issue 1 - Mar 1988
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Electrodeposition of Chromium from Chromiun(III) Sulfate Complexes in Aqueous Solutions
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 21, issue 4, 1988, Pages 149~159
Electrodeposition of chromium from low concentration chromjum (III) sulfate complexess in aqueous using sodium formate-glycine mixtures as a complexing agent was studied. In the bath formation, it is found that the optimum again temperature and time for equilibration of the electrolytes are nrcessary for 24 hrs at 45
and the optimum elecrical charge for low current electrolysis which might be produced Cr(II) ions in the electrolytes is necessary for minum 2Ah/
. The optmun concentration off standard electrolyte for main composition is 0.05M chromium(III) sulfate, 0.2M sodium formate-0.2M glycine, and I mMNaSCN as a catalysea, respectivwly. The standard electrolyte is shows good covering, good throwing power, and 6% of current efficiency (Cr(III)basis). The oppearance of electrodeposits shows att active bright chromium. The SEM morphology of the chromjum coating is observed as smooth surfaces and dispersed micro prcro pores. X-ray diffraction analysis shows a bcc structure which the perferred orintation of the chromium electrodeposits is strongin(200)plane.
Electrochemical Behaviors of Chromium Electrodeposition from Chromium(III) Sulfate complexes Aqueous Solutions
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 21, issue 4, 1988, Pages 160~167
Electrochemical behaviors od chromium electrodeposition from 0.05M chromium (III) sulface complexes in aqueous solutions using sodium formate-glycine mixtures as a complexing agent were studied. In the cathodic current-potential cures, it is found that the intial limiting current of Cr(III) is proportional to square root of scan rate and activiation energy from Arrhenius plot is s obtained 3.05Kcal/mol. From this results, the reaction is considered, Cr3++e longrightarrow Cr2+, which is controlled diffusion of Cr (III). It is also found that the chromium is deposited when the potential reaches to hydrogen evolution potential. Effects of NaSCN as a catalyser in the electrolyte were investigated NCS- anion seems to react strongly by specific absorption at the inner HelmholtZ layer, so that, it is considered to suppress the electrodeposition reaction reaction for chromjum, and also it is considered multipe-bridge such as Cr(III)-NCS---M(M;cathode).
Effect of Ultrasonic Wave on the Nickel-Zine Alloy Deposition whit the Variation of Ammonium Chloride Concertration
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 21, issue 4, 1988, Pages 168~175
The nickel0zinc allot depositions have been studjen in ammonium chloridw added chloride baths to fine out the effects of ultrasonic irradiation for the electrodeposition processes. The compositions of deposited alloys, the current efficiencies, corrosion resistance and brightness in various conditions of electrodeposition were investigated, in the range of ultrasonic irradiation of 50,500 and 1,000kc/s respectively. The results obtained are as follows; 1. the ratio of nikel to zinc in the deposit increased according 시 the ammonium chloride concentration in irradiated baths. 2. The current efficiencies became also higer in the irradiated bath. 3. Ammonium ions in solution seem to retard formation of zinc hydroxide. 4. The corrsion resistance and brightness of the deposits are dependent upon nickel content of deposits which ranges 10-18%(wt)nickel in the irradiated baths and 11-15%(wt)in ninirradisted baths. 5. The corrosion resistance and brightnes of the deposited are appreciably better in the irradiated baths than in non-irradiated bath with the mole ratio of 3.4(NH+4/Ni+++Zn++).
The Anodicc PolarizationBehavior of Fe-Cr-Ni-W alloy in 1N HCI Solution
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 21, issue 4, 1988, Pages 176~182
Effects of Cr, Ni and W on the anodic polarization behavior were investigated for Fe-Cr-Ni-W alloys in deaerated 1N HCI solution. Surface films formed on the polarization were analysed using AES, SEM and EDAX. A higerconcentration of tungten was found in the surface oxide film compared to the matrix. It played an importanet role on incresing the stability of the passive film. The presence of an adequate amount of Cr was essential to increase the pitting resistance of the alloys in acid chloride media. Under 12 wt%cr,alloys containing 6wt%W did not exhidit any passivity at all. The main role of Ni was to control the microstructure rather than to modify the corrosion resistance. In 23 cr-14Ni-^W alloy, the duplex microstructure of ferrite(
-phase) in an austenic matrix was developed. The reson why proferred pitting appeared in austenite and ferrite/austenite interface was that ferrite had more amount of Cr and W than austenite.
Anodic Film Formation on Aluminum(II)
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 21, issue 4, 1988, Pages 183~192