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Electrodeposition of Alloys

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The theory of codeposition of two or several metals is of particular interest, as the current trend in engineering and technology supports the replacement of individual metals by their alloys, which usually feature a wider spectrum of properties. This is particularly true in electroplating technology. In addition, the theory of codeposition is relevant even when individual metals are deposited, as the latter also contain codeposited metallic impurities ; the problem of deposit purity is also partially an issue of alloy formation.

Keywords

  • Solid Solution
  • Amorphous Alloy
  • Equilibrium Potential
  • Mechanical Mixture
  • Alloy Formation

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Gamburg, Y.D., Zangari, G. (2011). Electrodeposition of Alloys. In: Theory and Practice of Metal Electrodeposition. Springer, New York, NY. https://doi.org/10.1007/978-1-4419-9669-5_10

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