Shanmugam, N.V. and John, S. (2006) Electrodeposition of Chromium-Nickel-Iron alloy coatings from non-toxic electrolytes. Indian Surface Finishing , 3 (3-4). pp. 368-380. ISSN 0972-9364

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Maximum corrosion resistance among iron group alloys has been observed for 50Ni50Fe and 70C030Ni binary alloys depending upon deposit composition and microstructure, which are controlled by solution composition and deposition variables. Renewed interest has been shown on the development of environment-friendly electroplating baths enabling one to apply chromium-nickel coatings. Chromium-nickel-iron alloy plating from non-toxic acetate based trivalent electrolyte, has been examined under different Hull cell current values. The resulting deposits were examined for their elemental content, micro hardness and their surface topography with 5EM. This alloy contains chromium 3%, nickel 65% and iron being 32%.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: Alloy electrodeposition; Cr-Ni-Fe
Subjects: Electrodeposition
Industrial Metal Finishing
Depositing User: ttbdu cecri
Date Deposited: 25 Jan 2012 12:25
Last Modified: 25 Jan 2012 12:25

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