Electrodeposition: Theory and Practice by Nebojša D. Nikolić, Konstantin I. Popov (auth.), Stojan S.

By Nebojša D. Nikolić, Konstantin I. Popov (auth.), Stojan S. Djokic (eds.)

Topics in quantity forty eight include:

  • Effects of codeposition of hydrogen at the constitution of electrodeposited copper
  • New sessions of electrode fabrics brought via spontaneous deposition of Ru and Os on Au(111) and Pt(111) unmarried crystal surfaces
  • Recent advancements on steel, steel oxide, and conductive polymer electrodeposition for power gadget applications
  • Surface morphology of activated electrodes on their electrochemical properties
  • Electrochemical micromachining and floor microstructuring in line with porous-type anodization of patterned films
  • In-depth overview of the most recent advancements in electroless deposition

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Electrodeposition: Theory and Practice

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Reprinted from Ref. 58 with permission from Elsevier). 50 M H2SO4 at an overpotential of 1,000 mV consisted of all the morphological forms characteristic for copper electrodeposition at high overpotentials: holes formed due to hydrogen evolution (Fig. 28a), dendritic forms (Fig. 28d), and small cauliflower-like forms (Fig. 28d). The formation of these different morphological forms which leads to nonuniformity of the electrode surface can be explained by different local electrodeposition conditions inside the diffusion layer of the macroelectrode.

50 M H2SO4 ). 6% and morphologies of copper deposits shown in Fig. 28 (very branchy copper dendrites developed between dish-like craters or holes), it is clear that the hydrogen evolution was insufficient to produce effective stirring of the solution in the near-electrode layer, which would lead to a decrease of the diffusion layer thickness, and consequently, no change in the hydrodynamic conditions and no inhibition of dendritic growth. 13, 23 The initial stage of the formation of dish-like holes was the same as the initial stage of the formation of the honeycomb-like structure.

Reprinted from Ref. 18 with permission from Springer). Figure 14d shows typical agglomerates consisted of relatively small copper grains and situated between the bubbles (parts in ellipses in this figure). The different size and periodicity of agglomerates of copper grains can be explained as follows: It was assumed43 that the active centres have different activity or different critical overpotential with respect to the formation of nuclei. The nuclei can be formed on those centres whose critical overpotential is lower or equal to the overpotential externally applied to the cell.

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