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Electrodeposition of Paint

  • Fritz Beck
Part of the Comprehensive Treatise of Electrochemistry book series (volume 2)

Abstract

Electrodeposition of paint (EDP) is a process, in which an electronically conducting substrate is dipped into an aqueous solution of water-borne paint. In most of the cases, the binder is an organic polymer which contains carboxylic groups, thus forming a polyelectrolyte, which provides, at least in the partially neutralized state, some ionic conductivity to the solution. If the substrate is polarized anodically versus a counterelectrode, for which the walls of the tank are usually used (cf. Figure 1), current flow through the system causes electrochemical reactions at the phase boundary substrate-bath, leading to electrocoagulation of the paint.

Keywords

Diffusion Layer Current Efficiency American Chemical Society Critical Current Density Rotate Disk Electrode 
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  • Fritz Beck
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  1. 1.FB 6 ElektrochemieUniversity of Duisburg, GesamthochschuleDuisburg 1West Germany

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