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Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering
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Volume 22, Issue 4 - Dec 1989
Volume 22, Issue 3 - Sep 1989
Volume 22, Issue 2 - Jun 1989
Volume 22, Issue 1 - Mar 1989
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A Study of Intermetallic Compound Growth in the Sn/Cu and Sn/Ni Couples (II) : Sheet Resistance and Solderability Changes
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 47~54
The effects of intermetallic compound growt on the sheet resistance and soldreability as functions of the aging time, the temperature, and the conditions of substrates have been investi-gated in the electroplallic compound (mainy Cu6Sn5and Ni3Sn4) and the number of phase interface increased, the sheet resistance increased. Spread tests showed that the solderability was dereased with the intermetallic compounds growth and increased with the thickness of electroplated Sn. The surface morphology or agin size of the compound layer singificantly affect the solderability. The solderability of Sn/Ni system was superiot to Sn/Ni system was sperior to that of Sn/Cu system and the intermetallic compounds growth was solwer in the former system.
Fundamental Studies on the Manufactruring of prouse Electrode for Plosphoric Acid Fuel Cell.
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 55~61
A fuel cell which causes electrochemical ratio of conventional with oxygen consists of mainly there parts, such as electrolyte, fuel and oxidant electrode. IN this paper, most efforts were delivered to manufacturing PETE-bonded gas-diffusion electrode, and preparation methods of the porous electrodes has been discussd. A medio temperature, phosphoric acid fuel cell (PAFC) provided with fuel (hydrogen) and oxygen showed oxygen showed excellent performance characteristics with made electrodes. Performance data obtained from hydrgen-oxygen cell were presented to illustrate their properties. It was found that the optimum amounts of platinum in clectrode for hydrgen-oxygen PAFC were about 3mg/cm3 and the PTFE content of gas diffusion layer and catalyst layer were 25% and 15%, respectively.
Anodizing Mechanism of Aluminum Foil Electrolytic Capactor.
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 62~68
Pb2+ ino, added in ctching sohing, is electrodeposited on a alumiunm foil for electrolycic condenser to promote its capacitance. In addition, several factoral factors in etching process are varied to examine how they change the capacitance of the condenser. The capacitance of the condenser made of 0.1 ppm pb electrodeposited aluminum foil is enhanced about 20% than of conventional ane. It is thought out that the enhanement is the result of the act of PbO2, which existed for the conveting of electrodeposited Pb, as a promoter tunnel etching of aluminum foil.
A Study on the Mechanism for the Formation of Partices in electroless Ni Composite Coating(I)
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 69~77
Codeposion of inert particles particles in a metallic mateix by electroless plating process involves two phenomena. Firstly, the adsorption of inercles and secondly, the adsorption of inert particles on the cathode. In the present paper the first adsorption phenomenon and in the next paper the second ane are studied in greaterdetail for the Ni-SiCc, Ni-Al2AO3 and Ni-WC systems. Measurements of the Zeta potentials for the SiC and Al2AO3 particles have been in different electrolyte solutions and the ionic species adsorbed on the Particles studied. The addition of sodium acetate, trisodium citrate and sodium phosphinate to nikel sulface sruomotes the zeta potential of SiC and Al2O3 particles, but zeta phosphinate to nickel is more positive than Al2O3 particles although the amount of nickel ion adsorbrd on the Al2O3 particles become greater than that of SiC particles. It is suggested that this is due to adsortion of Na ion onto the surface SiC particles.
A Study on the Mechanism for the Formation of Partices in electroless Ni Composite Coating(II)
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 78~87
Mechanism of formation of electroless composite coatings is similar to that of electrodeposited composite coating, but the amount of particles entraped in electroless coating is higher that the one of electrodeposited coatings. The methol of entrapment by the metal for SiC and Al2O3 particles is different from that for WC particles. In the former case the particles are gracually engulfed by the depositing metal, wheran with WC a metal envelope is rapidly fomed around each particles. This difference can be attributed to the difference in electrical resistivity of the particles. Inclusion density of SiC and Al2O3 particles during copeposition depend on the particle size, agitation condition, vabration conditions and electrolyte temperatures.
Anodic Film Formation on Aluminum(III)
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 88~92
A Study of the Effects of Na Ion on Codeposition of Particles in the Formation of Electroless Ni Composite Coatings
Journal of the Korean institute of surface engineering, volume 22, issue 2, 1989, Pages 101~108
Effects of Na+ ion on zeta potential of SiC and Al2O3 particles suspended in nikel sufate and nickel chloride solutions were investigated. various complexing agents for Ni2+ ion were added to electroless Ni composite bath and the effects of the complexing agents on zeta potential and codeposition of the particles from the baths were studied. It was confirmed that Na+ ion was absorbed on the particles bringing about the positive surface charge and thus they promoted the entrapment of the particles into the nickel deposit. On the basis of these results it was possible to deposit SiCc particle in nickel chloride electrolyte containing complex agent such as trisodium citrate+sodium succinate.