Chandran, M. and Sharma, R.L. and Krishnan, R.M. (2001) Electrodeposition of zinc from bromide-based electrolytes. Plating and Surface Finishing, 88 (04). pp. 74-77. ISSN 0360-3164

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Zinc coatings are normally obtained from chloride and non-cyanide alkaline baths. The environmental corrosion and electrolyte sensitivity towards metallic impurities limit the use of chloride electrolytes. Reduced cathode efficiency and effluent treatment do not permit the use of non-cyanide zinc plating baths to a greater extent. There is, therefore, a need to search for a better electrolyte. In this study, the details of zinc plating on mild steel from bromide-based electrolytes using Hull cell studies are presented, and the results are discussed

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Subjects: Industrial Metal Finishing
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