Corrosion behavior of electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt

by Adil Aledresse

Publisher: Laurentian University, School of Graduate Studies and Research in Sudbury, Ont

Written in English
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Statementby Adil Aledresse.
The Physical Object
Paginationxii, 111 l. :
Number of Pages111
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Open LibraryOL20794941M
ISBN 100612717143
OCLC/WorldCa55474260

The aim of this work was to assess the influence of pH and temperature of bath plating on the performance of Ni-Cu/Cr2O3 nanocomposite coatings in a corrosive environment. For this purpose, Ni-Cu/Cr2O3 nanocomposite coatings were successfully carried out on the carbon steel by co-electrodeposition method from an aqueous composing of H2O, NiSO4, NiCl, CuSO4, Na3C6H5O7, .   The microhardness values of the anomalously electrodeposited nanocrystalline Nickel-Cobalt (eNiCo) alloys reported in the literature varies in the range of HV HV, where a given alloy composition possess variable microhardness values, which considerably limits . This paper investigated the effects of different aggressive environments on the corrosion behavior of electrodeposited CoNiFe. Interestingly, the mixed morphologies with spherical and dendritic structure were found in the neutral and alkaline environment. Study of Alloys Addition to the Electrodeposited Nanocrystalline Cobalt, Advanced. Abstract. The corrosion properties of nanocrystalline Co and wt% P alloys and their annealed alloys as well as nanocrystalline Co were studied in a deaerated M sulfuric acid (H 2 SO 4) solution using electrochemical measurements and x-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS) surface iodynamic polarization testing and impedance measurements revealed that an addition .

The corrosion behaviors of nanocrystalline Co and Co and wt% P (7-nm to nm grain size) and their annealed alloys were studied in a M sodium hydroxide (NaOH) solutio. CoFeNi alloys are some of the most studied soft magnetic materials because of their superior properties over FeNi alloys as write head core materials in hard-disk-drives. Electroplating processes have major significance in the fabrication of thin-film recording heads due to their advantages of simplicity, cost-effectiveness, and controllable patterning. Conventional low pH (−) baths. Cobalt-Iron (CoFe) nanocrystalline coatings are successfully prepared in 30, 60 and 90 minutes time depositions using electrodeposition method. The effect of time deposition towards crystallographic structure, elemental composition, surface morphology, microhardness and corrosion behaviour of CoFe coatings were investigated. The CoFe nanocrystalline coatings were deposited on stainless steel. Ni-W alloy coating is a kind of promising environmental friendly alloy to substitute for hard chrome plating, for its excellent functional properties. Their properties depend mainly on the structure and defect, such as cracks. The crack is catastrophe to both physical and chemical properties and crystalline state also affect their properties and application.

Strategies to improve tensile strength and ductility of pulsed electrodeposited nanocrystalline Co-Cu were investigated. Parameters of deposition, which are pulse current density, duty cycle, and pulse-on time were adjusted to produce nanocrystalline Co-Cu deposits with different microstructures and morphologies. The most significant improvement of strength and ductility was observed at. The corrosion is initiated on the low Cu–Zn covered areas and propagates under the coating giving formation to porous layers. By comparing the OCP of the two coatings, Cu–Zn electrodeposited from chloride presents the more positive value; hence, it provides better recovery, which is . Corrosion and Protection of Materials; Thesis: "Creation of Electrodeposited Microcrystalline and Nanocrystalline Nickel/Cobalt Alloy Coatings and Evaluation of Corrosion Behavior and Coating Title: Corrosion and Materials Engineer.   The Co content values were 37 and 33% for deposition times 15 and 30 minutes, respectively. In addition, the corrosion resistance of the nanocrystalline Ni-Co alloys can be changed by altering the Co content [47]. Srivastava et al. [48] reported poor corrosion behavior of cobalt-rich coatings by increasing the Co content beyond 20%.

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The room temperature corrosion behaviour of sulfur-containing nanocrystalline Co (12nm grain size) produced by electrodeposition has been studied using potentiodynamic polarization in a molar Na2SO4solution at a pH of Summary This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Synthesis of nanomaterials by electrodeposition Structure of nanocrystalline electrodeposits Mechanical Cited by: 7.

() Electrochemical properties of electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt and cobalt–iron alloys in acidic and alkaline solutions. Journal of Applied Electrochemistry Cited by: 6.

The corrosion behavior of coarse grain (CG) and nanocrystalline Co was studied by using potentiodynamic polarization test and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) in.

In this thesis, the corrosion properties of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Co and Co and wt% P alloys (7 to 20 nm grain size) were investigated in a wide range of solution pH by using polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy techniques along with scanning electron microscopy, energy dispersive X-ray spectroscopy, transmission electron microscopy and X-ray Author: Hundal Jung.

The microhardness values of the anomalously electrodeposited nanocrystalline Nickel-Cobalt (eNiCo) alloys reported in the literature varies in the range of HV HV, where a given alloy. Nanocrystalline cobalt (Co) has been developed as an environmental alternative to replace hard chromium due to its higher cathode efficiency and corrosion resistance properties.

The electrochemical corrosion behavior of nanocrystalline (NC) Co compared with coarse-grained Co (CG) coatings in different corrosion media were characterized using potentiodynamic polarization test, electrochemical impedance spectroscopy (EIS) and X-ray photoelectron spectroscopy (XPS).

Corrosion behaviour of the coatings deposited on steel substrates was studied using polarization and electrochemical impedance spectroscopy techniques in % NaCl solution while their passivation behaviour was studied in 1N sulphuric acid solution. Nanocrystalline cobalt–iron (CoFe) alloys were electrodeposited from a sulfate bath by direct current.

The bath temperature and pH was maintained at 40 °C and respectively. The iron content was varied to study the effect on the surface morphology, grain. The beneficial eVect of grain size reduction down to the nano-scale was first demonstrated for intergranular corrosion in electrodeposited nanocrystalline and anodic behavior of cobalt.

Electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt-phosphorus (nCoP) coatings have been developed as an environmental alternative to hard chrome deposits for both line of sight Keywords: electrolytic hard chromium plating, carcinogen, hard chrome replacement, nanocrystalline.

cobalt-phosphorus, corrosion resistance, electrodeposition. The prepared amorphous–nanocrystalline coatings exhibited good corrosion resistance with the corrosion potential and corrosion current density in the range of – mV and – μA/cm2, respectively.

By annealing the produced fully amorphous coating, Fe-α and FeNi phases precipitated from the amorphous matrix.

In the current study, the corrosion behaviour of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Co in M sodium sulphate (Na 2 SO 4) at a pH of was examined and compared with the corrosion response of conventional polycrystalline Co in the same solution. The focus of this study is on the mechanical properties of nanocrystalline cobalt, which are currently not well understood.

A comparison is presented for hardness, tensile properties, Charpy impact properties and fracture surface analysis of both nanocrystalline (grain size: 12 nm) and conventional polycrystalline (grain size: μm) cobalt.

Study of a nanocrystalline cobalt coating prepared by area-selective electrodeposition The electrochemical corrosion and passivation behavior of the nanocrystalline Co coating is a diffusion control mechanism.

The higher grain boundary density in the nanocrystalline material strongly affects the corrosion behavior of the nanocrystalline. Nanocrystalline materials with grain sizes less than nm, have attracted considerable attention due to their enhanced properties as compared to their polycrystalline counterparts.

However, investigation on the corrosion resistance of these materials is still lacking. In order to further expand their future applications, their corrosion behaviour is of great importance.

Hence, in this study. Corrosion behavior of nano-coblat-coated Ni sheet was compared with pure Ni and 20% Fe-Ni alloy sheet using potentiodynamic polarization and linear polarization technique in  M NaCl solution at room temperature.

The corrosion properties of nanocrystalline Co and wt% P alloys and their annealed alloys as well as nanocrystalline Co were studied in a deaerated M sulfuric acid (H2SO4) solution.

Tag Archives: Corrosion behavior Magnetic property and corrosion resistance of electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt-nickel alloys. Author/s: Pavithra G. and Prof. Chitharanjan Hegde Posted on Tuesday, Octo Nanocrystalline materials have gained importance to be developed due to their significantly enhanced properties compared to the polycrystalline materials.

Electrodeposition has a special role in synthesizing the nanocrystalline materials. In current review, the superiority of electrodeposition technique in producing various nanocyrstalline materials that exhibit improved characteristics.

Nanocrystalline Co and CoFe with varied iron contents ranging from 5 to 25 wt% Fe were electrodeposited from a sulfate bath. The average grain sizes of the coatings obtained were measured using Scherrer equation and calculated to be in between 16 and 65 nm.

Electrochemical corrosion behavior of electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt (Co) and cobalt–iron (CoFe). 37 Corrosion Behavior of Electrodeposited Nanocrystals U.

Erb. 38 Corrosion of Shape Memory and Superelastic Alloys L. Eiselstein. 39 Microbiological Corrosion of Metallic Materials J.-D. Gu, T. Ford, and R. Mitchell. 40 Electronic Materials, Components, and Devices R. Frankenthal and L. Garfias-Mesias. This book serves as a reference for engineers, scientists, and students concerned with the use of materials in applications where reliability and resistance to corrosion are important.

It updates the coverage of its predecessor, including coverage of: corrosion rates of steel in major river systems and atmospheric corrosion rates, the corrosion behavior of materials such as weathering steels.

Dr. Revie coauthored the third and fourth editions of Corrosion and Corrosion Control, a widely used textbook, and was the editor of the second edition of Uhlig's Corrosion Handbook. Revie is a Fellow of NACE International, ASM International, and the Canadian Institute of.

The present study is dealing with the corrosion of copper coated with nanocrystalline nickeltungsten coating. Different plating bath compositions and conditions were used in order to produce nickel-tungsten coatings of different tungsten content 30%, 40% and 50% wt, with a thickness of 20 μm.

The corrosion resistance of nickel-tungsten alloy coated copper was examined by a potentiodynamic. Chapters discuss the impact of nanotechnology in reducing corrosion cost, and investigate the influence of various factors including thermodynamics, kinetics and grain size on the corrosion behaviour of nanocrystalline materials.

There are also chapters on electrodeposition and the corrosion behaviour of electrodeposited nanocrystalline materials. nCoP is an electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt-phosphorus alloy that exhibits properties that are equivalent to (and in many ways better than) EHC.

As described in subsequent sections, nCoP is an alternative to EHC processes on both LOS and non-line-of-sight (NLOS) surfaces, and can be viewed as part of an overall strategy to replace the. Abstract. This thesis describes the preparation and characterisation of environmentally friendly and low-cost nanocrystalline Ni-Co coatings and Co-Ni-P coatings to replace hard chromium coatings for anti-wear and anti-corrosion applications.

nanocrystalline Ni–Co coatings with different cobalt contents were investigation on the role of tribofilms and wear debris in the. Cobalt and its alloy have been identified as potential candidates for replacing hexavalent Chromium plating in corrosion resistant coating in acidic environment.

In this study, the effect of alloys addition towards elemental composition, crystallographic structure characterization, surface morphology, hardness and potentiodynamic polarization of the cobalt alloys coatings is reported.

() Electrochemical properties of electrodeposited nanocrystalline cobalt and cobalt–iron alloys in acidic and alkaline solutions. Journal of Applied ElectrochemistryCorrosion Behavior of Electrodeposited Nanocrystals. Uhlig's Corrosion HandbookRevie/Corrosion Handbook 3E. This work describes corrosion studies on electrodeposited NiCo bearing grain size in the nanocrystalline, ultra-fine-grained and microcrystalline range.

The as-received NiCo sheet had a nanocrystalline structure with an average grain size of 30 nm. Controlled annealing experiments at °C and °C provided material with average grain size values of nm and μm, respectively.() Improved pitting corrosion behaviour of electrodeposited nanocrystalline Ni–Cu alloys in wt.% NaCl solution.

Journal of Alloys and Compounds .