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Electrodeposition of Zn–Ni–P compositionally modulated multilayer coatings: An attempt to deposit Ni–P and Zn–Ni alloys from a single bath

Electrodeposition of Zn–Ni–P compositionally modulated multilayer coatings: An attempt to deposit Ni–P and Zn–Ni alloys from a single bath
The effects of bath composition and deposition variables on the electrodeposition of ZnNiP alloys were studied in order to develop a single bath for deposition of NiP/ZnNi compositionally modulated multilayer coatings (CMMCs). The basis for development of the bath was a large increase in the Ni deposition rate compared to that of Zn at low deposition overpotentials combined with the impossibility of codeposition of Zn with P. EDS analysis demonstrated that the deposits obtained from the ZnNiP bath at low overpotentials were practically all Ni–P, while the alloy deposited at high overpotentials was mainly ZnNi with around 3.2wt% P content.

Publisher URL: www.sciencedirect.com/science

DOI: S138824811730156X

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