Electrodeposition of copper on Cu−Zr metallic glass substrates
This paper describes an investigation of the electrodeposition of copper on Cu−Zr metallic glass in the presence of 5-sulphosalicylic acid and 2-thiouracil. The observed morphological features and electrokinetic parameters are correlated, and suitable transport mechanisms are proposed with the help of infrared studies. It was observed that Cu−Zr metallic glasses enhance the rate of decomposition of hydrogen peroxide catalytically and electrocatalytically. This was attributed to the unusual structure of the substrate and physical or chemical inhomogeneities.
KeywordsHydrogen Copper Physical Chemistry Hydrogen Peroxide Morphological Feature
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